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OVO Energy has launched a new campaign for its ‘power your life differently’ drive, featuring a Donald Trump-like figure trashing a solar farm with a golf club.
Engie has said it withstood the “impact of a vigorous strategic repositioning” last year, creating a cleaner, more profitable offering.
The government has confirmed that it will seek an exemption for green energy tariffs from its looming price cap.
Writing for Clean Energy News, Louis Shaffer, distributed energy segment manager at Eaton EMEA, considers two key developments in store for the UK’s renewable energy industry this year.
A number of prominent advocates of smarter, low carbon energy have been recognised in the 2018 New Year’s honours list.
Ofgem chief executive Dermot Nolan has warned traditional utilities that they could be made “redundant” in a future power market typified by change and new market entrants.
Ben Hayman, managing partner at brand purpose consultancy Given London, discusses the need for strong corporate identities as more and more utilities embrace the energy revolution.
Writing for Clean Energy News, Terry Macalister, former energy editor at The Guardian, looks at the fallout from Donald Trump’s US Election victory and why he cannot stop the clean energy revolution