Multi million pound 4MW battery officially unveiled at Parc Stormy in Bridgend to provide balancing services to onsite solar, AD, wind turbine and cement facilities
Director of Third Energy, which wants to frack in North Yorkshire, is Conservative donor
Could the renewables boom create new resource superpowers? Andrew Barron investigates
Markets around the world now have grids with shares of up to 50 per cent renewable power, demonstrating its potential for revolutionizing energy generation
New funding to help support green spaces and tackle plastic waste
Global vehicle leasing giant announces new EV service, including charge point installation, trial periods, and holiday courtesy cars
David Powell of the New Economics Foundation explains how opposition to fracking is only heading in one direction - and a tipping point for the frackers could soon be reached
Trump's plan would threaten endangered species or fragile habitats with limits for environmental reviews
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn this weekend proposed to sweep away the UK's 'centralised' energy system and replace it with a greener system shaped by public ownership - but could such a vision ever become a reality?
Tom Zhao, MD of the Chinese battery and electronics giant's solar division, eyes big things on the horizon for solar storage projects, particularly in the UK
Do we have a capacity problem, or a flexibility problem, on the UK grid?
Energy storage technology is based on idea that 'what goes up must come down'
Part of the Jubilee Pool in Penzance is to be heated using genthermal energy drawn from a 1.4kn deep well
41MW project is the first in a new partnership between the two firms that seeks to exploit UK's growing battery market
For years the reasons behind Europe's cheaper power prices have been something of a mystery - until now
New analysis from University College London argues better investment conditions for onshore wind and solar and more co-ordinated electricity strategy will cut power costs for businesses
Power plant announces closure after gas and demand response projects squeeze coal's role in latest capacity auction
Latin American state becomes latest to pursue coal phase out, confirming it will ban new coal plants that do not feature carbon capture technology
Scientists say climate targets cannot be met using the technologies, which either risk huge damage to the environment or are very costly
Heat networks are the best kept secret in the energy industry, argues ADE's Tim Rotheray
Further indication that oil firms are planning for growth of battery-powered vehicle market
Coalition led by Japanese auto giant unveils plans to help business fleet operators cut costs through the roll out of 1,000 smart EV chargepoints
Many companies are taking action to improve energy efficiency, but far fewer are responding to new technologies such as battery storage, microgrids or CHP, new poll finds
'Northern Smart Powerhouse': Could an £83m project put the region at the 'forefront of low carbon revolution'?
Northern Powergrid has unveiled wide-ranging plans to deliver a smarter and cleaner grid across the north of England