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Great Britain will need at least 30GW of energy storage if it hopes to reach net zero by 2050, according to new research
The UK Green Building Council has published new energy performance targets for commercial offices that are aiming to achieve net zero carbon in operation
Europe will require far more electric vehicle charging points by 2030 than the European Commission is currently estimating to support the EU's goal of becoming “climate neutral” by mid-century, according to new research
Twenty four per cent of SMEs have improved the energy efficiency of their premises in the last year, while 22 per cent have utilised suppliers that offer greener products and services, according to a new survey
Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has launched London Power, a new renewable-only energy supplier.
The European Union is to adopt a new green finance classification (called taxonomy), aimed at channelling billions of private investors’ money into clean technologies. New definitions will ensure tax breaks for coal, and – in principle - nuclear power, are out.
Scotland must match its net zero ambitions for 2045 with decisive action to strengthen climate change policy across its economy.
NextEnergy Solar Fund (NESF) has switched on the UK’s largest subsidy-free solar farm in Staughton.
Germany has officially adopted the target of cutting primary energy use by nearly one third by 2030.
Grid operator and energy supplier Scottish Power has announced plans to expand its renewable energy business by adding PV to its portfolio.
Electricity North West (ENW) is to lead by example by switching the electricity powering its sites to renewables.
Cyprus has constructed its largest solar rooftop on The Muskita Aluminium Industries factory in Limassol.
Over 10,500MW of battery storage planning applications have been made in the UK, compared with 6900MW a year ago, according to new research from RenewableUK (R-UK).
The Green Party has announced plans to invest £12 billion a year in renewables, creating 75,000 clean energy jobs and enabling local communities to develop their own renewable projects.
UK energy regulator Ofgem has confirmed it will press ahead with a contentious reform of electricity network charges which stands to damage the economics of distributed generation and energy storage projects in the country.
A project to bring a pioneering tidal power plant to Wales that was tossed out by the government plans to raise £1.2 million to keep the plan alive.
Two of the UK’s leading power companies have announced that they have shifted ownership of their British operations overseas in reaction to Labour’s proposed nationalization policies.
Businesses in Greater Manchester are being invited to bid for a share of £500,000 in funding for energy efficiency projects.
Britain has risen to its highest standing within EY’s Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI) in two years as a result of its thriving offshore wind sector.
Labour has abandoned plans to accelerate the UK’s net-zero emissions ambitions to 2030 and will instead stick to a goal of achieving it “well before 2050.”
Ireland has awarded €11m in funding to 50 cutting-edge research, development and demonstration energy projects.
French sustainable investment manager Mirova has become the largest renewables fund in Europe after its fourth funding round.
Danish energy giant Ørsted has started the construction of a new 460MW solar power and battery storage project in the US.
National Grid has revised its target for reducing its own greenhouse gas emissions, to now match the UK’s net zero by 2050 goal.
European Union Member States are currently 10 per cent shy of the 40 per cent greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) reduction target set for 2030, according to new research from European Environment Agency (EEA).

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