The government must manage the immediate cost of living crisis created in part by the energy crisis or risk losing political and public support for net zero policies, a new report from the Institute for Government has warned.
The third edition of this years Current± Predicts, OVO's Rebecca Heaton and Good Energy's Nigel Pocklington add their two cents about what's to come in 2022.
Despite a last-minute watering down due to Chinese and Indian protests, COP26 still closed with commitments to phase down coal and rapidly deploy renewable energy generators.
One of the key messages from COP26 is the need for a fair and just transition that includes people of all economic backgrounds, especially those in rural communities with little or no access to electricity. Current± spoke to Aeris' Mohsen Mohsen Mohseninia and Christopher Baker-Brian from Bboxx about the role of new and emergent technologies in boosting the adoption of off-grid solar.
Current± caught up with Nick Woolley, ev.energy’s CEO and co-founder, to discuss how the company is delivering a great user experience and how the UK is 'leading the way' with smart charging regulations.
At the ongoing COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, a new CEO-led long-duration energy story organisation has been announced.
SP Energy Networks (SPEN) is to maximise its capacity for renewables and other clean power sources during this month’s COP26 summit in Glasgow by adopting a new substation monitoring solution.
COP26 kicks off this week against a backdrop of different fortunes for renewables industries, as energy storage toasts a wealth of investments yet other renewables falter. We discuss this and much more in this month's Solar Media Podcast.
Labour leader Keir Starmer has called for rapid action to create new green employment after new figures reveal that more than 75,000 green jobs were lost from the UK economy in five years.