Reflections on an extraordinary 2021

2021 has been another extraordinary year. We ended 2020 being featured by BBC News South East talking about our ‘ingenious’ wind turbine and how it can create power where it’s needed most.

Wind power giant says wind energy shouldn’t be cheaper. We disagree

The last couple of weeks has brought two interesting, contrasting views on the UK energy market.

COP26: success or cop-out?

We get it… this stuff is hard to negotiate. Asking delegates representing entire nations to reduce the very things that keep them alive is understandably going to be met with resistance.

What do developing countries need from COP26?

It’s perhaps natural to think about your own country and community when talking about climate change. Consider how the TV news covers rising sea levels. They show floodwaters around Buckingham Palace and The Statue of Liberty.

Our turbines are up and spinning at London’s O2 Arena

The O2 in London has become the first venue in the world to install our ground-breaking wind turbines.

COP26: Countries must pull in the same direction

This week we learned more about the UK government’s plans to tackle climate change and move the country to 100% clean electricity by 2035.

What is COP26 and why does it matter?

You’ll have noticed over the last few weeks that newspapers and mainstream websites are suddenly full of stories about climate change and the environment.

Everyone needs a voice at COP26

In a week when the Environment Agency has issued the warning ‘‘adapt or die’ and even the Queen is saying there’s too much talk and not enough action, there’s mounting pressure on leaders to do more about climate change.

Temperatures drop, gas prices soar, but hope is in sight

It’s hard not to get bogged down by the negative news stories surrounding the state of energy.

An even worse week for the energy sector

Last week, we talked about the turbulence the energy sector is experiencing. Things have gone from bad to worse.