Influential agency urged by almost 70 leaders across business, finance, civil society, policy and research to give 1.5C scenario a more prominent focus in upcoming special report.
International Energy Agency and Imperial College London research further underlines strong investment case underpinning renewables sector
Octopus Energy and charging technology specialist Ohme confirm some EV drivers were paid £5 last weekend, as they charged 600 miles worth of electricity - enough to drive from London to County Durham and back
Norwegian firm agrees deal with council-owned Warrington Renewables to buy power generated by co-located solar and battery facility
Cleve Hill is a very exciting project, but it won't herald a new era of mega solar parks in the UK, writes Chris Hewett of the Solar Trade Association
Hive Energy's proposed 350MW Cleve Hill solar project secures backing from Planning Inspectorate despite local conservation concerns
New analysis of Zap-Map data shows how in some regions there are more than 1,000 EVs for every on-street charger
The UK's energy network codes need drastic reform to encourage net zero innovation on the grid, argues Good Energy's Tom Steward
Energy Networks Association plan touts major push to harness hydrogen and biomethane to heat homes and businesses
Wide-ranging report warns UK's 'robust historic resilience' under threat from climate change and growing risk of unanticipated shocks
IEA expects global energy investment to plummet by $400bn this year with major implications for renewables, energy efficiency and net zero
Government-backed project aims to demonstrate how power, transport and heating technologies can be combined to shrink CO2 emissions and electricity bills
Business Secretary Alok Sharma's speech at the Petersberg Climate Dialogue provides a strong indication of the government's green recovery plans, argues the REA's Dr Nina Skorupska
Move follows several months delay in lodging consent application for the 'near replica' of Hinkley Point C on East coast of England
Investor planning to build 75MW solar farm in South Wales and another 50MW project in Worcestershire, as industry awaits imminent final decision on 350MW Cleve Hill solar project
Electricity grid smashed several records over the bank holiday weekend, with low demand and high renewables output cutting both CO2 and flexible tariff prices
ClientEarth and Planning Inspectorate had both argued the power station could undermine the UK's climate change targets
A new analysis by the ECIU notes that extended lockdown into the winter months could exacerbate fuel poverty in the UK and calls on the government to implement vast energy efficiency programmes for homes that will lower heating bills while reducing carbon,...
Craik, managing director of the UK's first solar-powered recording studio, is remembered by friends and colleagues as a tireless champion for solar power who played an instrumental role in the campaign for the introduction of the solar feed-in-tariff....
Move should make it easier for battery storage and demand side response to compete for contracts, say renewable energy providers
'Humber Zero': Total, Phillips 66, and Vitol ink agreement to pursue hybrid CCUS and hydrogen production plans
Project will come online in 2025 and capture eight million metric tonnes (Mt) of carbon dioxide emissions initially, with the potential to target 30Mt later, the partners said.
Assets acquired for an undisclosed amount include the CfD-backed 14.4MW Charity Farm in Shropshire, but is largely comprised of projects backed by Renewable Obligation Certificates, companies said.
AMTE Power and Britishvolt talk up project – reportedly worth £4bn – to feed growing demand for electric vehicles and battery storage
Velocys secures approval from planning committee for UK's first waste-to-jet-fuel plant