The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is to explore new options to tackle greenwashing amid concerns suppliers could be exaggerating the environmental benefits of their green tariffs.
The UK can achieve net zero by the middle of the century for just £14 billion more a year by leaning on domestic renewable energy.
ScottishPower and Good Energy are calling for regulatory reforms to close what they have labelled as “loopholes” in the energy retail market that allow for greenwashing.
Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGOs) have started to recover following the impact of COVID-19, according to Cornwall Insight.
In part eight of Current± Predicts, Good Energy's Kit Dixon foretells policy changes while Northern Powergrid's Iain Miller bets on community energy.
Good Energy has called on Ofgem to update the licensing condition to reinstate the link between Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) and customers to tackle greenwashing.
ScottishPower has announced from today all new domestic fixed price tariffs will use 100% renewable energy that will be sourced entirely from its own wind farms.
Ofgem’s decarbonisation programme action plan sets out the regulator's plans for the next 18 months.