Worldwide renewable electricity generation could soar by 50% over the next five years driven by “spectacular” growth in global solar installations, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has said.
Liam Stoker Editor-in-chief, Current±
Liam is editor-in-chief at Solar Media, the publisher of Current± and other titles including Solar Power Portal. Liam edits the UK-facing titles and has done since 2015, having joined the publisher as a reporter the same year. Previously, Liam has held positions at other London-based B2B publishers such as Pageant Media and Progressive Media.
Recent articles by Liam Stoker
The government is pursuing a “balanced approach” to net zero, energy and clean growth minister Kwasi Kwarteng has said, with Westminster keen to avoid picking winners at this early stage.
Liam Stoker reflects on another turbulent week in British politics, one that actually saw some semblance of movement on the green agenda.
OVO Group revenues topped £1 billion for the first time in 2018, but the energy firm slipped to a loss for the year as its customer base grew.
The Faraday Grid collapsed owing almost £6 million to electronics manufacturing giant Foxconn, as well as hundreds of thousands of pounds to PR agencies, IT vendors, travel agents and software companies.
Regulators must be given new powers to ensure utility firms invest in sustainable infrastructure or the UK’s net zero emissions by 2050 target is at risk.
Current±’s editorial reflects on the inaugural EnTech Conference in London, unpicking five of the key takeaways from the two-day event.
Kaluza is to follow up its recent manufacturer partnerships with agreements including both network companies and energy suppliers to help benefit consumers.
Shell Energy is to acquire UK-based energy supplier Green Star Energy, bolstering its existing customer base.
Good Energy has announced an agreement with Kraken Technologies that will see the clean energy supplier adopt the company’s customer services technology platform.
Current± sister company Everything EV has penned a collaboration deal with German emobility trade association Bundesverband eMobilität (BEM) which will see an Everything EV Live event hosted in Germany next year.
Outages at two nuclear power plants in Great Britain prevented the country from experiencing a “landmark” quarter for renewables, energy analysis firm EnAppSys has said.