Four energy suppliers have been ordered by Ofgem to pay outstanding Renewables Obligations fees by the end of the month or risk having their licences revoked.
Sales of petrol and diesel vehicles could be phased-out by 2035 in new plans revealed by transport secretary Grant Shapps.
Energy Storage News editor Andy Colthorpe reports back from Solar Power International 2019 in Salt Lake City, Solar Media's editor in chief Liam Stoker discusses what's next for nuclear after EDF's latest Hinkley Point C update, and the two reflect on an important week for the climate crisis as Greta Thunberg inspires global protests, as well as the ire of a handful of detractors.
The Conservative Party has pledged a suite of new policies comprising a ‘net zero package’ which it said would put “21st Century Conservativism” at the heart of the government’s green agenda.
‘Considerable challenge’ of meeting Labour 2030 net zero target would need ‘rapid’ clean tech ramp-up
The UK could adopt the most ambitious net zero target of any established economy as the Labour Party agrees on a target of 2030, but meeting such a target would be a "considerable challenge" the clean energy sector has warned.
Ofgem has been accused of “passing the buck” over the financial repercussions of its Targeted Charging Review (TCR).
Maria Brucoli, smart energy systems manager at EDF Energy R&D UK Centre, speaks to Current about making energy systems smarter and how to scale up a local energy trading pilot like Project CommUNITY.
Energy companies are lacking any kind of certainty over Brexit and how it will affect the sector, but cannot allow it to have any impact on the “fundamental issue” of climate change and the energy transition, some of Europe’s leading utilities have said.
The power sector must focus on collaborating and dedicate less time lobbying against each other if the industry is to deliver towards the UK’s net zero targets.