The Green Party today launched its manifesto for the 12 December election, which hinges on its Green New Deal.
The Labour Party has unveiled a report on the fastest pathway to decarbonising by 2030, which would require a ‘vast expansion’ of renewables and result in a net benefit of £800 billion.
More than 100GW of additional wind and solar capacity, alongside 30GW of short duration energy storage, is needed in the UK if the country is to meet its net zero obligations.
In a UK first, twenty universities have signed an aggregated corporate power purchase agreement (CPPA) that will enable them to source their power from a portfolio of windfarms.
The European Commission has approved the transaction between RWE and E.On, paving the way for the former to become one of Europe’s mainstays in renewable power generation.
Global renewables capacity must increase eight-fold and more than US$1.5 trillion invested into grids worldwide to help reverse the climate emergency, research body DNV GL has said.
Figures released by Northern Ireland’s Department for the Economy (DfE) have revealed record-breaking levels of renewable electricity generation between July 2018 and June 2019.
Plug policy shortfall or risk falling short of hitting net zero targets, the Science and Technology select committee has warned the government.
The UK recorded a new grid carbon intensity low last weekend, as the country enjoyed extensive periods of fifth carbon budget-compliant power generation.