The UK will need "much more" wind capacity to meet net zero, alongside a number of wide ranging measures including support for floating wind, solar and flexibility.
The energy sector has welcomed the decision to postpone the UN climate conference COP26 until 2021 due to COVID-19.
Last year saw renewables records broken across the board as renewables produced nearly 37% of the UK’s power, according to new data released by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
Industry reaction to Ofgem’s decarbonisation programme action plan, setting out nine points of action over the next eighteen months.
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.
RenewableUK has announced that Isabel DiVanna will be taking over as executive director, as the organisation’s current deputy chief executive Maf Smith moves on.
High wind over the weekend sent power prices plunging as a surge in UK wind generation triggered negative prices for a record length of time, according to National Grid.
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.