The contuined success of renewable energy is dependent on attracting skilled workers. There were around 10,000 people employed in the wind and marine industries in 2010, and approximately 88,000 will be needed by 2021.
This represents a huge opportunity to create UK jobs, and a practical way for people to apply their enthusiasm for renewable energy and the environment.
Introduction to Solar
What is solar energy?
To celebrate World Humanitarian today (19th August) we've received a guest blog from Renewable World focusing on their RESOLVE Project.
The Royal Welsh Show is an opportunity to showcase all that is great about rural Wales – culture, heritage and ambition. For many of the show goers, it’s also about hard work, networking and business.
Can you give us a brief introduction to Wold Top Brewery?
When the Thanet offshore wind farm was completed in 2010, it was the largest in the world. The 100 turbines each stand 115m high, and cover an area about half the size of Manhattan. This dramatic site, located 7.5 miles off the coast of Ramsgate in Kent, is the trailblazer for the offshore industry, showing how it could be done successfully on such a large scale.
Going for gold - commonwealth sustainability
As the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games starts this week we thought we'd look into the sustainability around the event and how Glasgow hopes to hold the greenest Games to date.
How to write a letter responding to an anti-wind article in the media
By Rob Norris, Head of Communications, RenewableUK