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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).
Three energy firms have announced a joint project to create the first net-zero industrial zone in the Humber area of North England.
Nottingham is set to have the UK’s largest geothermal housing developments after housing firm Gusto Homes unveil plans to use the energy source on two sites.
British Government is spearheading a £315 million investment drive in decarbonising heavy industry to help reach net zero by 2050.
The global rate of energy intensity, a major marker for the world’s use of energy efficiency, has risen by just over one per cent, the slowest rate since the start of the decade, reveals a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA).
New solar and onshore wind energy facilities have now reached parity with average wholesale prices in many places around the world.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) is set to provide €100m to support climate action, renewables and energy efficiency projects in Brazil.
A national Energy Efficiency Framework worth up to £250 Million over a four-year period has been launched in the UK by procurement organisation and social enterprise Fusion21.
Two leading think tanks have called on the government to fast-track more local industrial strategies in order to help regions move to a zero-carbon economy and aid the UK’s push towards net-zero by 2050.
Scottish proptech firm arbnco has been awarded phase one funding for the UK Government’s £6m innovation competition.
Britain plans to introduce a range of new measures for improving energy efficiency and cutting transport emissions in a bid to speed up its response to tackle climate change.
Good Energy has launched an electric vehicle charging offering, One Point, for UK businesses.
New data has revealed that better energy efficiency could deliver nearly £9.4 million in savings per year across over 1,500 colleges, school and universities analysed.

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