Smart Energy GB research suggests pensioners are most likely age group to own a smart meter as awareness of the technology continues to grow
BusinessGreen explores how businesses can help deliver on the pledge to 'make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable'
New analysis from Aurora Energy Research predicts around 13GW of flexible and distributed generation assets set to be deployed through to 2030
All UK homes need an energy efficiency overhaul to slash emissions, experts warn
The Kosova e Re lignite plant could not compete with renewables on price, said bank president Jim Yong Kim
Ramboll UK's Chris Fry explains how the UK has a huge opportunity to replace its ageing infrastructure with greener, cleaner upgrades
BusinessGreen explores how the pledge to 'build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation' will play out for the business community
Latest quarterly figures from EnAppSys show that fossil fuels delivered just 41per cent of the power mix in the three months to the end of September
IPPR's Hywel Lloyd and Luke Murphy reveal how a decentralised clean energy system could deliver on the vision of both Clement Atlee and Margaret Thatcher
BusinessGreen assesses the business implications of the pledge to 'ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all'
UK Power Reserve confirms plans for new wave of battery storage projects following success at 2016 Capacity Market auction
Reports suggest Beijing is to end curbs on coal power and steel production designed to tackle air pollution
Charging network providers ink agreement to boost electric vehicle infrastructure in China and Europe
Climate finance boost for developing nations also sees BlackRock partner with France, Germany, and philanthropic foundations to scale up renewables
UK start up secures funding from Zouk Capital in support of charge point roll out plans
The men 'deserve our gratitude, not a prison term', Greenpeace's executive director said, after judge handed them 15-16 month sentences
'There is no bigger threat facing humanity than climate change. We must lead by example.'
Increasing demand from airlines will more than offset reductions from electric cars
International oil and gas alliance welcomes new members, as campaigners warn of 'greenwashing at its most fundamental form'
Planning Inspectorate closes Miller Argent's appeal against decision to block Nant Llesg coal mine expansion
Drilling set to start within weeks, after government controversially signs off on latest fracking project
ADBA's Charlotte Morton explains why it's essential the government commits to universal food waste collections in Defra's upcoming Resource and Waste Strategy
New study from Energy Systems Catapult argues clearer accounting for fixed costs could make heat pumps more attractive - and solar panels less so
Accusation comes only weeks before the UK's first fracking in seven years