As we contemplate the transition from the lockdown put in place to mitigate the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, what will the road ahead look like for our energy and carbon emissions?
That’s according to new statistics published by RenewableUK, which show that next year’s auctions for contracts to generate clean power could have a massive positive effect on the economy if the government takes steps to maximise the benefits available
A new study shows the energy generated by solar infrastructure increased by 115GW from 2018 to 2019, with more new capacity installed than in any previous year
That’s the suggestion from Matthew Vickers, CEO and Chief Ombudsman at the Energy Ombudsman, who spoke to ELN’s News Editor Jonny Bairstow about how the pandemic had affected the nature of complaints the organisation was receiving
That’s the suggestion from think tank the Social Market Foundation, which says merged pension funds would be the ideal financier of building new roads, power sources and communications networks
According to IEA, the Covid-19 crisis could result in a annual drop of 75 billion cubic metres by 2025
That’s the suggestion from new research published by comparethemarket.com, which reveals 4.1 million customers are each paying on average £94 more a year for their energy than they would pay on a standard credit meter
They hope to make the contracting process easier and more open for PPAs of all sizes
Project TraDER aims to create a market that allows renewables to pay for increased grid capacity when favourable conditions mean they are producing excess energy.
In the first quarter of 2020, the German photovoltaic system manufacturer saw sales rise by 60% compared to the same period last year