Utilities cannot power the clean energy transition alone and must be open to partnering with other sectors, particularly the automotive and IT industries, if they are to evolve.
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Drax Power has hit back at a report which questioned the economic case for biomass, insisting the technology was the “only reliable, flexible” renewable that can be deployed at scale in the UK.
Solar Media, publisher of Clean Energy News, is today publishing Solar & Storage Today, a special preview edition of daily newspapers to be distributed at Solar & Storage Live.
With the Solar Power Portal Awards 2017 now just a matter of weeks away, we take a look at those projects nominated for the Residential, Commercial and Industrial-scale Storage Project of the Year category.
With the Solar Power Portal Awards 2017 is now just a matter of weeks away, we take a closer look at the Energy Efficiency and Corporate Social Responsibility Programme shortlist.
National Grid has published a new consultation on its system needs and product strategy which paves the way for a number of new services tenders to be made available from next year.
The UK grid’s carbon intensity dipped to within what is required by the fifth carbon budget yesterday as low carbon sources surged to 80% of demand.
Swedish state-owned energy company Vattenfall is to collaborate with 22 other European energy trading firms to launch a blockchain-based energy trading pilot.
Good Energy has raised more than £10 million from its second corporate bond, which it will use to pursue its new strategy.