From trains running on wind power to the booming EV market, BusinessGreen runs down its most read and shared stories this year
Dutch wind turbines to power electric trains - Dutch trains will start running on wind energy from next year and the country's entire rail network could be fully powered by green electricity by 2018.
Coal generation down as Germany breaks yet another renewables record - Green electricity meets 28 per cent of demand in first half of 2014
Green Deal Home Improvement Fund - at a glance - BusinessGreen outlines the ins and outs of the government's popular scheme designed to drive uptake of domestic energy efficiency measures
Seven Sustainability Trends for 2014 - Trewin Restorick gazes into his green crystal ball and picks out the key trends for the year ahead. But was he right?
DECC unveils shock changes to solar farm subsidies - Government confirms drastic reforms to solar subsidy regime, as fears mount over impact of solar farm development on clean energy budget
Report: Global electric vehicle sales double in 2013 - New study confirms electric vehicle sales are increasing exponentially, driven in large part by effective fiscal policies
UK wind power smashes monthly record - During the wettest winter on record, stormy weather and increased capacity leads to a surge in green energy generation. This kicked of off a year of record smashing for the sector.
RWE npower confirms plan to close UK coal power plant - Company details how it is looking to comply with EU emissions rules by closing seven fossil fuel power plants by 2023
Scottish wind energy exceeds domestic power demand - Analysis from WWF Scotland reveals the country's wind turbines provided enough power to meet more than 100 per cent of demand from Scottish households in October
Green Party membership surge passes record 20,000 mark - Party reveals that membership has swelled 45 per cent this year, as it challenges the Lib Dems in the polls
A challenge against Malcolm Turnbull, triggered by the collapse of a key energy policy, shows an anti-Paris faction is on the rise in Australia's governing party
Landsec confirms that a year on from completing the installation of the UK retail sector's largest solar project it has cut electricity demand from the grid by 22 per cent
Campaigners and doctors set up 'sick bays' to highlight diesel emissions health risks
Budget supermarket will use clear plastic trays for fruit and vegetables from this month, which can be more easily recycled than black counterparts