In future, nine months of the year could see UK wind turbines generating electricity at levels currently only seen in winter.
The continent could produce more than 100 times the amount of energy it currently produces from onshore windfarms.
Because weather is influenced by a variety of factors, making accurate predictions about it can be a challenge.
As the renewables sector keeps growing, so is the number of people it provides jobs to.
We can teach wind turbines to speak bats’ language so we can prevent harm that we may unintentionally cause.
An extra 6GW of wind power will be added in Africa between 2019 and 2023, which will double current capacity.