Japanese utilities Electric Power Development and Kansai Electric Power Co to each take a stake in the North Sea project in first investment of its kind
Firm is already in talks with coal plants in Europe, Australia, Asia, and the USA about switching sites to run on waste-based biomass pellets
Energy firm in talks with British Beer & Pub Association over upcoming CCS trial link up after CO2 shortages for UK industry this summer
Could co-operation between corporates simultaneously turbo-charge the renewables market and open it up to smaller energy users?
Partnership will see Ecubes Arcola showcase hydrogen vehicles and infrastructure at the forthcoming 2018 Asian Games
But policy changes in China mean significantly lower short term demand for PV than previously expected, according to gtmresearch
Danish clean energy giant agrees deal that values leading US developer at $580m
Controversial review argues offshore wind-style subsidies should be made available to nuclear sector to kickstart deployment of small modular reactors
Entrepreneur's energy firm is now one of biggest challengers to the Big Six in the UK, so where does he see the industry heading next?
Energy giant joins $12m funding round in deal that will see Driivz software functionality provided to Centrica customers
RenewableUK chair Stephen Bull reflects on the changing shape of the UK energy system
Wind and solar capacity passes landmark 1,000GW mark - and it will only take five years for capacity to double again, according to analysts
79 Conservative MPs have previously called for block on new onshore wind, despite polls showing widespread support for new turbines among constituents
Churches and cathedrals across UK praised for clean energy rollout which has diverted £5m away from fossil fuels towards green power providers
Higher energy demand coupled with plant shut downs, low wind and hydro production has helped rally EU ETS prices to a seven-year high
Banking giant will no longer finance coal-fired power stations or thermal coal mines in support of Paris Agreement goals
Most UK energy suppliers looking to use data from smart meters to boost opportunities, innovation and diversification, finds research by Capgemini
Safest site should be chosen regardless of location, committee says - but opponents call idea 'outrageous'
Andrew Warren argues falling energy use should spark a reappraisal in the government's future assumptions and policy priorities
Energy watchdog sets out decisions on RIIO-2 price control framework and green lights National Grid to connect Hinkley Point C to transmission grid
Home improvements giant plans to cut power use at B&Q's Swindon distribution centre by a third using energy storage technology
Naval Energies pulls plug on tidal business citing lack of commercial prospects, leaving uncertain future for flagship French pilot project
AECOM's Richard Lowe welcomes the National Infrastructure Commission's vote of confidence in renewables, but warns considerable medium term technical challenges still need to be overcome
GreenBiz takes the microscope to the latest corporate clean energy moves across the US