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People power wins over coal funders

People power has once again shown that it is possible to stop the world’s biggest bankrollers of climate change. The massive online protests that you joined together with many others […]

Global offshore wind industry takes huge strides

The global offshore wind industry is booming, rapidly growing in size and earning vastly more across the globe. LONDON, 12 August, 2020 − Despite Covid-19’s grim effects on many industries, […]

Companies race to net zero

From electric corporate fleets and rooftop solar to energy-efficient buildings and renewable energy certificates, there are opportunities aplenty for businesses to decarbonise their operations. However, even the most progressive companies […]

Northland targets 600MW off Japan

The two companies will develop early-stage wind projects with fixed-bottom foundations off Chiba prefecture in the south-east of Japan’s main island. Earlier this year, Japanese authorities identified a site off […]