Denmark presses ahead with £25bn artificial wind energy island

12 months ago — Quick Read

A new agreement between Danish political parties has cleared the way for the creation of a massive clean energy hub in the North Sea. The £25bn artificial “energy island” is...

Sweden waves goodbye to coal energy two years earlier than planned.

2 years ago — Quick Read

Stockholm Exergi, Swedens leading energy company, has announced the closure of KVV6 in Hjorthagen, eastern Stockholm. The permanent closure marks the last of Swedens coal-fired co-generation power plants. The Scandinavian...

No wind up. Europe could use onshore wind capacity to smash global energy demand

2 years ago — Long Read

A study from the University of Sussex has revealed that Europe has the capacity to produce more than 100 times the amount of energy it currently produces through onshore windfarms....

One Week to Go Until European ban on halogen lightbulbs

3 years ago — Quick Read

On September 1st Europe is set to ban halogen light bulbs. The ban could save consumers around £112 a year as they switch to LED alternatives.

Watch Live – Schiaparelli Lander hopes to “crush it” with soft landing on Mars later today

5 years ago — Long Read

The Schiaparelli Lander, part of the European-Russian ExoMars 2016 mission, is going to be touching down on Mars at 1448 GMT today using a soft-landing technique that utilises a novel...