World Energy Council finds onshore wind and hydro are already competitive with coal and gas and expects solar to follow suit as deployment increases
The cost of onshore wind and hydroelectricity is already matching coal and gas, and prices are expected to fall further among other renewable energy technologies as deployment increases. Research by...
Edinburgh court overturns previous decision to block planning permission for 240MW wind farm in Monadhliath mountains
Environmental Audit Committee launches inquiry into domestic implementation of SDGs in all areas of government
US Environmental Protection Agency confirms greenhouse gas emissions from aeroplanes pose environmental threat, paving the way for federal limits on pollution
Winds of change? RenewableUK's new boss promises 'relentless optimism' as clean energy secures its position in the mainstream
Hugh McNeal tells BusinessGreen how a renewables industry facing significant challenges needs to be more upbeat about its future prospects