Industry must make interoperability and the seamless use of different EV charging networks a top priority, trade body argues
Renewable Energy Association to assess potential role for bioenergy - including biomass, green gas and energy from waste - in meeting UK climate targets
Claire Perry unveils plans for a Smart Export Guarantee designed to ensure households and businesses are paid for the power they export to the grid
Government strategy envisions bio-based economy reaching £440bn in value, but industry sceptical it can get there without further policy support
Wood Heat Association chair Neil Harrison argues the end of RHI support for biomass in urban areas is misguided
News comes after industry survey warns of significant job losses in UK solar sector if government goes ahead with scrapping Feed-in Tariff
Measures to restrict biomass' role in upcoming Contracts for Difference auction cheered by environmental campaigners but slammed by industry
New report from Renewable Energy Association warns rollout of domestic green technologies is being held back by 'pre-WWII' electrical standards
Despite some bright spots, there are reasons to worry for the UK green energy industry, argues REA's Nina Skorupska
The shake up amongst the Big Six energy companies should herald big benefits for the clean energy sector, according to REA's Nina Skorupska
Latest SMMT figures show a slow start to 2018 for pure electric car sales - but is this a long term cause for concern or are consumers simply waiting for more models to hit the market?
The REA's James Court argues the government must do more to boost renewables if it wants to the really 'walk the walk' on green policy
BEIS confirms new National Battery Manufacturing Development Facility to be situated in Coventry and Warwickshire as part of Faraday Challenge investment
Philip Hammond yesterday announced no there would be no new support for renewables until 2025 - is this a sign of confidence in clean energy or the government turning its back on clean growth?
The REA's Nina Skorupska reflects on a Bonn Summit that provided further evidence the march of renewables is gathering momentum
Cross party group of MPs, National Grid, RenewableUK, the REA, Solar Trade Association and others establish joint body to promote decarbonisation via smart technologies
Two new reports from the RAC Foundation and the Renewable Energy Association warn a more strategic, consistent approach to EV charging is needed to convince drivers to go electric
The government's long-awaited strategy setting out how the UK will meet its carbon budget is due this autumn - what do green sectors want to see make the cut?
The REA's James Court assesses the debates likely to surround the forthcoming Clean Growth Plan and the Energy Costs Review
Lack of policy clarity and uneven sector support leads to sharp contractions in some green energy sectors and hopes of buoyant growth in others, REA research suggests
New data from the Renewable Energy Association suggests number of new green jobs created this year has hit a five-year low
Green Alliance calls for rethink on role of European Court of Justice post-Brexit, and for UK to maintain access to energy market
As the new Parliament begins, REA chief executive Dr Nina Skorupska argues more MPs must work across party lines to better support renewables
Shock election results have given the UK a hung parliament. What could this mean for the green economy? Businesses and environmental groups have their say