While renewable generation decreased significantly last year compared to 2020 due to less favourable weather conditions, it was still the second best year on record.
Final figures released by the Scottish government show that the country just missed out on reaching its goal of 100% of its energy consumption being from renewables by 2020.
New data has shown that power from fossil fuels on Britain’s electricity grid fell to an all-time low last week, delivering the UK’s greenest Christmas.
Prequalification results for the T-4 and T-1 Capacity Market auctions have been released, with battery storage rising significantly in both.
2020 saw the largest annual decline in primary energy consumption since 1945, with a drop of 4.5%, according to BP’s Statistical Review of World Energy 2021.
The first wind generator contract has been awarded as part of Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks' (SSEN) Constraint Management Zone (CMZ) flexibility scheme.
The UK's renewable generation has seen the largest ever year-on-year increase, jumping by 30% in Q1 2020.
Independent energy supplier So Energy has claimed to be the first in the UK to offer its customers the choice of where their energy is supplied from.
Scottish Equity Partners (SEP) has raised £135 million to invest in UK-based clean energy projects.