Greg Muttitt of Oil Change International wonders if BP's poor track record on assessing renewable energy trends means the firm is risking a "Kodak moment"
Nine Member States hit their 2020 renewables targets by 2014, but the Netherlands, UK, Ireland, and France face challenge to deliver on legally-binding goals
Stadium becomes first in the Six Nations to source 100 per cent green power and gas in major new deal with SSE Airtricity
Hydrogen research centre brings third refuelling station to London and big plans for renewable heat rollout
Jane Burston of the National Physical Laboratory discusses the challenges standing between the UK and a renewable future
Labour leader challenges Prime Minister over environmental record, lost solar jobs, and risk that renewable energy target will be missed
Just a day after government warns UK is making insufficient progress in deploying renewable heat, study warns sector faces significant barriers to deployment
That the UK is at risk of missing its binding renewable energy target should come as a surprise to precisely no one
Friends of the Earth warns government may face court case if it fails to put in place a 'credible plan' for meeting 2020 renewable energy targets
Scotland will miss its target of generating 100 per cent of electricity from renewables by 2020 without further investment in wind energy, study warns
Cross-bench peer Lord Krebs and Green Alliance director Matthew Spencer call for urgent clarity on government's vision for a "greener Britain"
Energy and Climate Change Secretary admits warnings in leaked letter that UK now at risk of missing binding renewable energy target are accurate
Letter from Amber Rudd revealing UK is forecast to fall 3.5 percentage points short of target exposes ‘dark side of government energy policy’, says Greenpeace
As Egypt reveals plans for $350m wind farm, new analysis suggests renewable energy supplies in eight major economies will double by 2030
Blocking new onshore wind from contract auctions or future renewables subsidies could drive up electricity prices, says Citizens Advice Bureau
House of Lords votes to scrap early end to Renewables Obligation for onshore wind, fueling hopes government could be forced to water down controversial reforms
A strong climate treaty would benefit the global renewable sector, argues Richard Black, but it is too early to say how much the industry may prosper
New Policy Connect report calls on government to extend key scheme through to 2020 and deliver a long-term strategy for decarbonising the heat sector
New government data confirms the UK's reliance on renewable power is reaching record levels
P&G vice president of global sustainability Len Sauers talks to BusinessGreen about the company's bold new emissions pledge and its drive to source renewable power
Could Greenpeace's latest report once again provide more accurate predictions than those from some mainstream analysts
EXCLUSIVE: Officials are said to be mulling a move to 'subsidy-free' CfDs as part of wide-ranging reforms - but will the approach cut clean energy costs or simply redefine subsidies?
Local media reports on government plan to scale back emissions reduction target to a 37 per cent cut by 2020 against 1990 levels
Growth in biomass saw renewable electricity reach a new high in quarter one of the year