Over the last decade, Great Britain has seen a faster rate of decarbonisation than anywhere else in the world thanks to its transition to renewable energy, according to a new report from Drax Electric Insights.
Molly Lempriere Deputy Editor, Current±
Molly Lempriere is deputy editor at Solar Media, responsible for its UK-facing publications Solar Power Portal and Current±.
Recent articles by Molly Lempriere
Strong performance from renewables helped balance other struggles for EDF in 2019, both in the UK and elsewhere.
EDF has confirmed its long-rumored acquisition of electric vehicle (EV) charging company Pod Point, in a move that sees it cement its position in the UK EV space.
Centrica slumped to a £849 million loss in 2019, a performance it blamed on Ofgem’s energy price cap for creating a “challenging environment”.
SP Energy Networks has launched a trial of two prototype monitors, which it says is the world’s only technology that can spot real-time electrical surges on the network.
EDF Renewables has made its first step into the Irish market after acquiring a 50% share of the Codling offshore wind project.
Enel has signed a strategic partnership with software company Powel to use its smart energy management software for optimisation, marketing and trading.
The European Commission has approved the acquisition of Eneco by the Mitsubishi Corporation, first announced last November.
Moixa has teamed up with energy solutions company Alfen to run a trial looking at the impact of smart charging on electric vehicle (EV) owners’ energy bills and carbon emissions.
Emissions flatlined in 2019 thanks to advances in clean energy, according to new research by the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Over the weekend, Storm Ciara hit the UK causing wind power to surge, breaking two records.
The digital innovation arm of Lightsource BP announced last week a new CEO, the first to take up the role as the company looks to expand in the sector. Current± caught up with Benjamin Kott to talk about his priorities for the company.