Peak coal, electric vehicle take-off and green power growth - everything you need to know from the International Energy Agency's annual bumper report
Home at the developer's new Kidbrooke Village development features transparent glass canopies which generate solar energy
MPs, Solar Trade Association and National Farmers Union urge government to maintain "fair" export tariff payments for small-scale solar
Huawei's FusionHome promise to boost solar outputs with keeping the upfront investment in a reasonable scope, while also laying the foundations for a smart home energy revolution
As the renewables market accelerates, can we find a way to make PV cells sustainable?
Reuters reports EU is prepared to let Minimum Import Price controls lapse from next month
Landsec confirms that a year on from completing the installation of the UK retail sector's largest solar project it has cut electricity demand from the grid by 22 per cent
Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council announces £16m investment in three Supergen Energy Hubs and Solar Network
Labour's Alan Whitehead argues the government's consultation on the Feed-in Tariff scheme and support for solar proves it: there is one rule for renewables and another for non-renewables
Chris Hewett of the Solar Trade Association warns the government's latest proposals risk further uncertainty for the solar sector
Hot weather saw solar briefly take over from gas as the number one energy source
Eight more boroughs join innovative new scheme designed to help households and businesses reduce the cost of solar installations
It considers proposals first and foremost from an economics standpoint, prioritizing those that bring near-term financial benefits
SolarEdge is seeking damages, an injunction, and recall of Huawei solar inverters, but Chinese tech giant is set to challenge the lawsuit
Labour says figures show government's commitment to green energy is 'nothing but an empty PR move'
London-based clean energy investor reveals why it is seeking to tap into some of the world's most exciting renewables markets
Auto firm hails emissions savings from one of Europe's largest solar arrays
Whitbread announces plans to add solar arrays to a further 70 hotels, as developer Anesco hails rooftop projects as 'still a viable option for businesses'
Now large companies are adding batteries, too
Days after announcing plans to source 100 per cent renewables, water firm reveals new 10GWh solar power push
'First of a kind' agreement will see BSR manage 50MW of community solar assets across 14 parks
Solar installations totalled 98GW last year, outstripping additions of any other generating technology
Data from trade body SolarPower Europe confirms continued strong growth for the industry throughout 2017
Swedish utility plans major SEK1bn investment in large scale solar generation over next two years