The Scottish government has unveiled a host of green finance policies set to kick-start its journey towards a 2045 net zero.
Renewables racked up a record share of UK electricity generation in 2018, contributing one-third of the country's power supply.
Renewables are a ‘no regrets’ solution to power gaps left by nuclear if provided support through the Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme, according to a new report.
The government intends for offshore wind to provide more than 30% of Britain’s electricity by 2030 as part of a new sector deal for the technology.
The government has confirmed plans to hold new Contracts for Difference (CfD) auctions for offshore and remote island wind projects, with the first to be held in May 2019.
EDF Renewables has sold a minority stake in a portfolio of 24 of its UK wind farms for £701 million to pursue more renewable development.
Subsidy-free renewable energy projects are at risk of failing to be viable on the wholesale market owing to ‘price cannibalisation’ during periods of high output, according to a new report by consultancy Cornwall Insight.
Consumers will have to foot a bill of around £1.5 billion over a 15 year period as a result of government changes to the Contracts for Difference mechanism which resulted in higher strike prices in the September 2017 auction.
Global utility majors continue to optimise for clean power sector as UK Enhanced Frequency Response (EFR) battery project nears completion.