There must be an “unprecedented global political and economic effort” to shift energy towards more sustainable means if climate targets are to be reached, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has warned.
The evolution of business models in the renewables sector has served as an “earthquake” for the power sector, forcing utilities to take notice.
The UK’s domestic renewables sector faces significant job losses, business closures and collapses in deployment should the government persevere with policy proposals as planned.
The UK’s power sector continued on its trajectory towards “rapid” adoption of renewables in 2017, according to official government statistics.
Lord Deben cut a frustrated figure during the Committee on Climate Change’s progress report launch earlier this week. Liam Stoker looks at what’s caused a stark change in tone at the Committee of late.
Four of the world’s leading electricity associations have today urged policy makers to support the “profound transformation” occurring within power networks across the globe.
The world economy needs a “more decisive break from the past” if the COP21 climate targets are to stand any chance of being hit, BP has said.
Disruption caused by cyber attacks and the rise of greater decentralised generation pose of the greatest risks to traditional utilities, analysis by consultancy firm EY has concluded.
The UK experienced the greenest summer ever according to National Grid, which has released figures showing that over half of the electricity generated over the period was from low carbon sources.