South Korea to Invest $46bn in Renewable Energy by 2030

Research by energy consultancy firm Wood Mackenzie suggests that the share of renewable energy in the country could jump [...]

Ireland on Track to Reach 2020 Renewable Energy Target

A strong second quarter performance by Ireland’s wind energy industry means Ireland is now on track to reach the [...]

Coal Mines Could Store Old Turbine Blades

Wind energy companies will have the option of using decommissioned wind turbine blades as backfill material when reclaiming surface [...]

Doors Open for Offshore Wind Energy in Poland

The Polish government and Polish wind energy industry signed a “Letter of Intent on cooperation for the development of [...]

Ireland Urged to Pursue Low-Cost Wind Policies

Report for Irish Wind Energy Association says new government must support industry to reduce costs. The Irish wind industry [...]

Pending Federal Report Key to Offshore Wind’s Future

The forthcoming report from the federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) on the cumulative environmental impacts of the [...]

Poland Reviews Offshore Wind Bill

Proposed law sets out a remuneration scheme specifically for offshore wind farms. In Poland a draft law in relation [...]

Ohio Wind Policy: Fossil Fuel Knocks the Wind Out of Renewable Energy

With no shortage of wide-open land, Ohio is ripe for a transition to renewable energy, but instead the state [...]

Lawmakers Seek To Boost Federal Wind R&D Funding

U.S. Sens. Tina Smith, D-Minn., and Susan Collins, R-Maine, have introduced bipartisan legislation that would renew and expand the [...]

Virginia Announces 420 MW Renewable Energy Agreement

Gov. Ralph Northam, D-Va., has announced an agreement for the Commonwealth of Virginia to purchase 420 MW of wind [...]