Community solar project means all Maryland homes can make the most of the sun

Developers are currently looking for 2,600 new solar customers across the state

Quarter of businesses say renewables are a passing fad

The financial services sector is particularly dubious, with 40% doubting clean power is here to stay

Global corporations buy record 7.2GW of clean energy so far this year

This has already surpassed 2017’s record of 5.4GW

Grid-scale solar and battery project in Hawaii gets approval

The renewable infrastructure is expected to be in service by the end of 2019

Giant wind farm to save US energy users $1.4bn in next 20 years

The 800MW Vineyard Wind project is expected to enter operation in 2021

Iceland’s new hydrogen plant could supply cars and buses across the nation

Orka Náttúrunnar Power says its new facility will enter operation by the end of August

Coal could make up as little as 6% of Australian energy by 2040

The Australian Energy Market Operator says a combination of solar, wind, storage and gas could make up the rest

Texas to get 800MW of new wind in $1.2bn dual-project

Two new facilities will provide enough electricity to supply 160,000 homes in the state

Hydrogen ‘could power Britain’s transition to a low carbon economy’

Labour MP for Redcar, Anna Turley, has set up the All Party Parliamentary Group on Hydrogen

‘Too many green voices slowing UK public’s EV adoption’

Andy Eastlake, Managing Director of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, said this is slowing the uptake of clean cars