Over the weekend, Storm Ciara hit the UK causing wind power to surge, breaking two records.
SSE’s Q3 trading update hints at a shifting of the gears at the company, as it unveils maiden subsidy-free onshore wind development.
Government ‘falling short’ on delivering renewable capacity following subsidy removals, says RenewableUK
RenewableUK has warned that the UK government’s current approach to onshore wind is “falling short”, as new statistics show continued drop in projects.
The leaders of five of the UK’s political parties went head to head last Thursday, in the UK's first ever climate debate.
The differing net zero policies, how to achieve them and the electric vehicle (EV) rollout took centre stage at a debate between members of the Green, Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties last night.
The SNP has launched its manifesto in Glasgow, promising expansions to renewables as part of a Green Energy Deal.
Current± talks to Andrew Cooper, the Green Party’s energy spokesperson and councillor for Kirklees representing the Newsome Ward in Huddersfield, about supporting onshore wind, encouraging investment and enabling community energy.
With government officially breaking up in the early hours yesterday, the political campaigns are getting underway in the run up to the 12 December election. But what exactly do we know about the role of energy in the campaigns?
The UK needs significantly more onshore wind power if it is going to meet the legally bind net zero by 2050 goal, according to new research by RenewableUK.