Disruption caused by cyber attacks and the rise of greater decentralised generation pose of the greatest risks to traditional utilities, analysis by consultancy firm EY has concluded.
The UK government has established a new green finance taskforce in an effort to take full advantage of the “multi-billion pound” investment opportunity created by the low carbon economy.
Any failure on the UK’s part to continue to co-operate with the European Union on energy and climate change post-Brexit would threaten to unnecessarily complicate the country’s carbon reduction plans.
The Church of England’s investment arm has launched a ranking of energy companies’ progress on transitioning to low carbon.
Labour has placed climate action at the heart of its plans for industrial strategy after including it as one of the key priorities within a public consultation published yesterday.
In the first in a series of blogs Stephen Cirell discusses Energy Services Companies and answers crucial questions about their application
Local authority expert Stephen Cirell delves into the increase in rateable values attached to rooftop solar and discusses the system behind them, and what it means for local authorities.
Russian gas giant and UK business energy supplier Gazprom has greened its energy supply by entering into a 15-year contract with solar farm developer Canadian Solar.
Amber Rudd has been promoted Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change in David Cameron’s new cabinet.