With wind, hydrogen and other technologies, it’s within the UK's grasp to build a future that runs entirely on green energy, argues Ørsted's Benj Sykes
Reports from CBI, EnergyUK, ECIU, and ScottishPower all hammer home calls for ambitious green recovery package
Sofia offshore wind farm off UK coast in North Sea is set to have 100 262-metre tall turbines after developer Innogy signed a deal with turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa.
Ferrymuir utility-scale battery project marks the private equity investors first such investment in Scotland
Industry commits to halving operational emissions within the next decade, as it seeks to deliver net zero emissions from UK basin by 2050
Firm's virtual power plant aggregates flexibility from a wide range of assets owned by customers across Britain, ranging from hospitals, universities, local authorities, district heating schemes, supermarkets and commercial growers.
MoU signed last week commits the industry groups to collaborating on attracting investment and presenting a more united front on energy system policy and regulations
Mitie, Centrica Business Solutions, Anthesis,and Drax all debut new offerings this week, as corporates reiterate their commitment to climate action
Government sets out plans to accelerate smart meter rollout across UK homes and businesses, in bid to boost post-Covid-19 recovery
Influential agency warns the next six months could determine whether or not the goals of the Paris Agreement are met
'A pivotal moment': BP Statistical Review confirms net zero shift was gathering pace before pandemic struck
Oil giant publishes latest edition of influential global energy market analysis, revealing renewables growing competitiveness and mounting fears over slow pace of decarbonisation
Testing at Drax power plant delivered coal power to the grid last night, as UK passes latest smart grid milestones
Crew transfer vessels will be able to operate in either battery electric mode, or with assistance from diesel fuel
'Clock is ticking': Analysts warn that following BP decision, oil sector should brace for more write-downs
Carbon Tracker analysis details how four European oil majors have now taken hits to their asset valuation as net zero transition gathers pace
Oil and gas giant warns of 'enduring impact' of Covid-19 crisis which it expects will accelerate transition to net zero economy
State of the Sector 2020 report notes that the UK now boasts more than 260MW of community-owned energy capacity and has the potential to power 2.2 million homes by 2030 and support nearly 9,000 jobs
Government approves business case for Pembroke Dock Marine project, allowing plans for major new Marine Energy Test Area to move to next phase
'Supporting stranding': UK Export Finance accused of funding oil projects in defiance of Paris Agreement goals
New analysis from Carbon Tracker warns UK government financing for upstream oil and gas projects in Brazil and Ghana is 'failing the Paris test'
ADE's Rick Parfett argues a flexible, zero carbon electricity system is possible by focusing on integrated flexibility and efficiency, strong carbon signals, and better data
EXCLUSIVE: In a letter to Chancellor Rishi Sunak, Siemens Energy, Engie, National Grid, and Ryse Hydrogen call for the government to emulate its successful approach to offshore wind development and set an official cost reduction target for green hydrogen...
Chris Train of the Gas Goes Green campaign argues the time is right to scale up the UK's green hydrogen industry
Over 50 leading companies call on member states to deliver green recovery package that boosts market for power purchase agreements
Major new report from the Local Government Association argues devolving skills development and investment could help put UK on track for net zero emissions and create a post-coronavirus jobs boom
Investing in smart technologies such as EV charging, fibre optics, 5G and automation is imperative for getting the most out of infrastructure, argues AECOM's Robert Spencer