RWE, Shell, Gasunie and Equinor are signing up to a collaborative project that will deliver 10 gigawatts of offshore wind energy converted into green hydrogen by 2035.
Denmark is building two energy hubs with a potential capacity of 12 gigawatts, including one on an artificial island in the North Sea.
Compared to onshore wind turbines and solar panels, offshore wind turbines produce the bulk of sustainable energy. That is why large wind farms are being planned in the North Sea.
Consortium CrossWind, with Shell and Eneco, wins the tender for a wind farm in the North Sea
A dam right across the North Sea might be a protection against climate change, but the idea is – for now – primarily a warning
The sea-level is rising, year after year; up to an expected rise of up to 10 metres in the coming centuries. So how to protect […]
The North Sea could become the ideal location for a series of artificial islands to collect the energy generated by wind turbines around it. On […]