Independent energy consultant Stephen Cirell takes a look at the regulatory barriers to onshore wind, and how the sector is changing.
In Q1 2020, renewables became Britain’s main power source for the first time ever, according to new analysis by EnAppSys.
Low demand and a sunny weekend sent power prices plunging into negative figures on the day-ahead hourly market for the third time as generation hit a new record.
As of today (03 March), Hackney Council in London is sourcing all of its electricity from 100% renewable sources through its services company.
As wind speeds surged during storms in February, renewable energy generated for Bristol Energy saw an increase of 269% from the previous year.
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).
Globally, CO2 emissions fell faster than they have for decades in 2019, but this was driven by unsustainable “one-off” factors.
As negative pricing becomes increasingly common, Cornwall Insight's Tim Dixon explores what's driving the trend and how it's likely to change in the coming year.
Spanish energy giant Iberdrola saw increases in profit across all of its markets in 2019, including in the UK.