The weak profitability of many projects can be boosted by smart O&M, writes Michael Andersen
GWEC secretary-general Steve Sawyer predicts what will happen in wind's key markets this year
Companies must now reveal their climate-related risks, writes Jeremy Leggett
Corporations know the global energy system is being changed beyond recognition by the rise of renewables and are moving quickly to capitalise on it, writes Tom Lindberg
US government scheme has enabled Americans to buy solar power without the need for a roof, writes Odette Mucha
In an exclusive interview, Dong offshore wind CEO Samuel Leupold talks to Darius Snieckus about the company's pacesetting build-out, IPOs and how low costs can go
GE Renewable Energy chief executive Jérôme Pécresse talks to Recharge about the $1.65bn deal for turbine blade-maker LM Wind Power
China’s offshore wind sector seems to have been on the cusp of a breakthrough for some time, but annual installation tallies have consistently failed to excite.
FIVE MINUTES with Luz Aurora Ortiz Salgado, general director at the sub-secretariat of electricity, Energy Ministry of Mexico
Europe must get its act together or see its hard-won status as a global leader in renewables disappear for good – and watch its valuable wind industry suffer accordingly.
The current method for calculating how many jobs a project will bring is inaccurate. There is another way, writes Alun Roberts
Good risk management can help ensure that engineers and investors alike are comfortable with a project's profile, says Michael Hotze
The short-sighted decision will have the biggest impact on Brazil's solar sector, says Brian Gaylord of MAKE
Industry players should devise a strategy for thriving in this brave new world, writes Navigant's Neil Strothers
As offshore wind gathers momentum, the annual WINDFORCE Baltic Sea conference provides an overview of current developments in the Baltic
Big Data and the Internet of Electricity will change everything, and the world's utilities need to face up to a radically different future, writes Mathias Steck of DNV GL - Energy
Offshore wind power is poised to become a leading power generation technology in a decarbonised global economy, says Adnan Amin, director-general of the International Renewable Energy Agency.