Could an artificial island represent a "moon landing" for green energy?

Europeans' consumption and production of electricity is to be tallied up and the figures could determine whether a huge artificial island made of sand will be constructed in the North Sea.

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DNV GL has strong confidence in hydrogen for the heating sector

Many countries are currently questioning how to transition national gas systems to green fuels. While the Danish biogas industry has pushed hard for the use of waste fuels as the backbone of an environmentally friendly gas system, Norway's DNV GL says hydrogen could be the way forward.

More wind farms without subsidies in the UK

Analyst agency writes that price plunges and technology developments will spur the installation of more onshore and offshore wind farms in the UK without subsidies over coming years.

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