The typical value of energy efficiency projects being taken on by consumers has dropped according to the latest survey from EEVS and Bloomberg New Energy Finance, which recorded growth in the number of projects valued between £50,000-100,000.
With SunEdison’s rooftop solar business ready to bring out of hiatus, a residential storage product emerging from development and at least one eye on acquisitions, Ecotricity is preparing itself for what looks like being an increasingly tempestuous energy supply market. Inside Clean Energy spoke to founder Dale Vince to find out what else he has up his sleeve.
With the global transition towards a low carbon future well underway, business leaders and policymakers recently convened at Google's office in Brussels to discuss how to make progress towards both public and private sector goals. David Pratt reports on what was said, and where this progress can be made going forward.
With policy to support electric vehicles ramping up in the UK, most recently those outlined by the chancellor, Chargemaster founder and CEO David Martell sets the scene for UK EVs and explains what more is needed for greater success.
The government’s upcoming Carbon Plan should include a specific strategy for promoting microgeneration, efficiency, storage and demand response across the UK small business community, according to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
The imminent capacity market auction could offer some clues on the direction of travel, writes Terry Macalister, but the government could be missing a trick by not steering the mechanism down a greener path.
Business confidence in the government’s ability to meet the requirements of the COP21 climate change agreement has hit severely low levels according to a new survey by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) and AECOM.
The need for far greater energy efficiency policy across non-residential building stock has been exposed across three new reports from the government’s climate change watchdog, which has claimed the UK is on course to reach just half of its emissions targets by 2030.
The renewable energy industry needs to unite to pressure government to provide clarity over the future of UK policy following the Brexit vote, according to REA chief executive Nina Skorupska CBE who delivered a keynote speech on the second day of Clean Energy Live.