Volatile energy markets have not de-railed corporate appetite for green power, but new structures and deal tenors are emerging. We look at 2022 figures on corporate PPA activity from both sides of the Atlantic.
Italian giant Eni is calling for stronger links between Italy and African countries. Could this be the answer to Europe's energy challenges?
We look at whether Covid-19 and the Ukraine war are bringing long-term benefits for renewables, and round up the biggest news in wind.
Europe’s summer holiday season is now in full swing – and those in its energy sector would be forgiven for craving a break more than usual this year.
Scott Mackenzie, Head of Asset Management at Swiss asset manager SUSI Partners, has worked in the energy sector for 20 years. Richard Heap caught up with him to discuss the energy crunch, hydrogen and more.
Allan Baker, Global Head of Power Advisory & Project Finance at French bank Societe Generale, has been involved in the offshore wind sector for more than 15 years. Richard Heap spoke to him for his view on the sector.
The European wind industry has encountered numerous blockades on the road to profitability and success over the last 18 months.
On 24th February, Russia started its invasion of Ukraine and sparked fury in the West.
The new year chimes had barely finished ringing when Germany and Austria hit out at European Union plans to label nuclear and natural gas as ‘green’.
Yesterday, the European Commission unveiled a host of policies that it said countries should use to cope with the energy crisis that is gripping Europe.
Europe’s summer of sporting distraction continues.