Renewable power shares are outperforming fossil fuels in the stock market, but obstacles are still standing in their way.
The Carbon Trust, along with Imperial College London and a cross-sector consortium have launched a new project looking at how a flexible energy system could help the UK reach net zero.
Over the last decade, Great Britain has seen a faster rate of decarbonisation than anywhere else in the world thanks to its transition to renewable energy, according to a new report from Drax Electric Insights.
Great Britain will need at least 30GW of energy storage if it hopes to reach net zero by 2050, according to new research.
The energy transition is walking the UK into a ‘two-tier economy’ where communities and businesses in whole regions of the country are left behind with higher bills and less access to new technologies.
Households would be stopped from saving over £200 each under current market rules, owing to the lack of a route to market for residential flexibility in accessing grid balancing revenue streams, according to a new study.