Government moves to shore up clean energy contract regime, as new wave of renewables projects progresses
New consultation launched to help ensure Contract for Difference scheme can adjust to Covid-19 crisis, as plans for giant Dogger Bank wind farm move forward
Influential consultancy details how five major shifts will be necessary to steer the global economy on to a sustainable path, and that a laggard approach to the decarbonisation of power and transport now will have direct impact on the levels of reforestation...
Loan facility of an undisclosed size will further green tech company's plans to roll out 100 EV charging stations across the UK by 2024.
Evert Vlaswinkel, managing director for Solarcentury in the EMEA region, examines the impacts of the coronavirus crisis on the solar power sector
Giant 2GW project from Abu Dhabi Power Corporation set to claim title as world's largest solar farm
The cost of electricity from solar, onshore wind and battery storage continues downward drive, BNEF analysis shows
Significant decline in air pollution and cool, sunny weather sees UK solar generate all-time high of 9.69GW on Monday
Covid-19 crisis has reinforced the importance and value of community-owned infrastructure capable of generating stable cash flows, according to advisors
Korean technology giant's solar panel manufacturing arm pledges to become carbon neutral by 2030
Data from International Renewable Energy Association points to slight slowdown in capacity growth last year, but clean energy sector still outpaced fossil fuels
Rapid mobilisation of funds in crisis is evidence of "real value" of local, decentralised, community-run energy, says community energy facilitor Communities for Renewables.
Transaction includes Solarcentury's partnership with IKEA and is aimed at allowing firm to focus on utility-scale projects
Latest swoop from green energy investor sees it acquire solar farms with a combined capacity 123MW
Saipem and Equinor ink agreement to develop floating solar farm technology
New analysis of BEIS data suggests applications for onshore and offshore wind energy projects surged last year
The government must deploy as much solar as feasible under the Contracts for Difference scheme - net zero depends on it, argues Chris Hewett of the Solar Trade Association
Proposals to let onshore renewables compete for clean power contracts accompanied by new plans to boost energy storage and catalyse floating wind farm development
Yesterday's decision to let onshore renewables compete for clean power contracts shows the Prime Minister is willing to spend some of his political capital to get the net zero transition motoring
BREAKING: In a shock move, Number 10 is set to confirm the most cost-effective forms of renewables will be able to bid for government-backed contracts, helping to curb energy bills in the process
From rooftop solar to large-scale PV farms, the the STA's Photo of the Year competition captures the changing face of the UK's energy landscape
Dutch brewer signs power purchase agreement with Spanish utility to supply renewable electricity for its brewing operations in Spain
Creacombe solar project set to provide 7.3MW of renewable power capacity as well as 'healthy returns' for local community, developers claim
Chris Hewett of the Solar Trade Association argues that the government's proposed Future Homes Standard could turbocharge the net zero transition, but only if it acts as a floor, not a ceiling, for local rules