Which type of renewable power could speed the energy transition and change our view on clean energy sources?

The importance of renewable energy sources has never been greater than it is now due to a number of factors that include climate change worries, the ongoing shortage of gas, unemployment fears, and the energy crisis in general, which is…

The European wind sector is “struggling” in the face of escalating costs
Despite the energy crisis, major industry figures have warned that European wind turbine makers are struggling financially and slashing employment, putting them at risk of losing market share to Chinese rivals. Both the turbine manufacturers General Electric Renewables and Siemens…
Repercussions of the EU’s revenue cap on alternative energy sources
Analysts are warning that the necessary emergency measures taken by the European Union to address the ongoing energy crisis may have unintended consequences for the region's ambitions in the field of renewable energy; however, the impact on power purchase agreements…
German citizens continue to prioritize energy transition during the energy crisis
Despite the energy crisis's impact on prices and uncertainty, the majority of Germans still think the energy transition should be a top priority, according to a survey. According to the survey conducted by the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, 69%…
Europe’s crisis response to the rise in energy prices
A set of emergency measures to lower soaring gas and electricity prices that are fueling inflation, impeding industrial activity, and putting consumers on the hook for exorbitant bills ahead of winter was adopted by the European Union governments on Friday.…
European Union countries Squabble Over Price Caps for Gas
The European Union's member states disagreed on Friday in Brussels over whether and how to impose a price ceiling on soaring gas prices, with Germany among those opposed to the action that 15 other nations claimed was necessary to address…
EU countries fight to retain their own energy crisis policies in place
European Union countries are seeking for assurances that they would be able to maintain their own windfall profit levies on energy companies, as well as the flexibility to apply even harsher restrictions in addition to the bloc-wide measures proposed by…
Instead of fueling the fossil renaissance, Germany must accelerate energy transition
The "Zeitenwende" (turn of an age) that has been brought on by Russia's conflict with Ukraine necessitates that the German government rapidly scale up its efforts to transition away from fossil fuels and toward renewable energy. Despite the fact that…
Oil Stabilizes but Continues to Head Toward Weekly Decline
Oil prices remained relatively unchanged on Friday but are still on course for a weekly loss due to concerns on the possibility of significant increases in interest rates, which are anticipated to slow both global economic growth and fuel demand.…
As Europe debates a gas price cap, energy prices skyrocket
On Monday, Europe felt the chill of rising energy prices, with France admitting it could not cover all of the extra expenses for consumers, and Britain facing a rising risk of recession. The European Union and the United Kingdom are…