A global campaign calling for a "a resilient, zero carbon recovery" from the COVID-19 pandemic has seen nearly 1,000 businesses commit to a 2050 net zero, with plans to encourage more to follow.
The government has committed to protect suppliers from 80% of the increases in obligation payments for the second quarter.
The UK’s lockdown has highlighted the need for increased data visibility and domestic flexibility according to Kaluza.
Smart meter installations are beginning again after a two month hiatus due to the COVID-19 lockdown.
Around the world, more than half of renewable capacity additions in 2019 had lower electricity costs than their fossil fuel counterparts.
With no coal on the grid and surging renewables, May was the greenest month ever on Great Britain’s electricity grid.
Energy suppliers will now be able to defer network payments, in an effort to protect them and customers from the impact of COVID-19.
Decarbonisation should be the focus of the COVID-19 recovery, a letter signed by over 200 business leaders has said.
The UN climate conference COP26 will now be held between 1 and 12 November 2021 in Glasgow, after being postponed due to COVID-19.