Major new global survey of 26,000 people reveals widespread backing for a future powered by renewable energy
Demand response provider launches Dynamic Demand 2.0 platform to connect, aggregate and optimise assets such as battery storage, EVs and onsite renewables
Report: Global switch to 100 per cent renewable electricity both feasible and cheaper than current system
German-Finnish study suggests renewables paired with storage systems could power entire globe by 2050
New supplier will likely offer a green tariff, as SSE promises to "deliver for customers, investors and communities during the transition to a lower carbon future"
Leading utilities, including SSE, Orsted and Enel, call for policymakers to raise EU renewables target to 35 per cent by 2030
Falling levels of investment in clean energy threatens crucial 2020 climate finance target, warns Bloomberg New Energy Finance
Politicians, businesses, universities, and even Bolton Wanderers FC join first-of-its-kind Big Clean Switch initiative in bid to slash energy bills
Cabinet decides to scrap Clean Energy Target recommended by country's chief scientist in favour of a plan for 'affordable, reliable power' - but will the move kill or empower renewables Down Under?
New technology makes it possible to measure grid stability continuously for the first time, allowing faster response to changes in supply and demand
Six of the tech giant's suppliers have committed to using 100 percent clean energy in their operations
Rapid deployment of renewables will avert need for UK to build more expensive new gas plants
Survey finds cost savings are pushing US private sector towards clean energy and emissions reduction efforts, despite hostility from the White House towards climate action
But survey commissioned by HSBC suggests investors are becoming increasingly frustrated over 'highly inadequate' information from companies on climate risk
Being smarter about when to sell power can help clean energy generators offset falling revenues, energy supplier claims
Legislative plan for 2018 majors on low carbon transition, including plans for UK's first bottle recycling deposit scheme, a National Investment Bank and a 2032 phase-out for petrol and diesel cars
Long-awaited federal research paper calls for more support for new coal power, despite data revealing cheap gas rather than regulatory action has sparked its demise
Upcoming Good Energy board meeting now unlikely to proceed as firm instead seeks 'constructive dialogue' with rival clean energy supplier
In the first of a new mini-series, BusinessGreen examines the potential for blockchain to enable peer-to-peer energy trading and fully traceable green energy supplies
Can Professor Dieter Helm deliver on his promise to "sort out the facts from the myths about the cost of energy"?
What does the latest government survey tell us about public opinion on renewables, fracking, energy bill costs, and concern over power cuts?
Latest government public attitudes tracker shows continued high support for clean energy and tackling climate change, while fewer than ever are backing fracking
Innogy's Kate Jack wants to see a clear decarbonisation plan from the government and more support for the green entrepreneurs who can make it happen
Ahead of G20 Summit, new study predicts wind and solar to outcompete fossil fuels in all of the world's major economies
Germany produces more than a third of its electricity from renewables, while China's energy demand may have already peaked