US solar emerges as leading source of electricity

Solar is the fastest-growing and largest contributor to new generating capacity, outpacing other energy sources, according to a new report

Transatlantic flight powered by ‘100% green’ fuels to take off

The Boeing 787 flight is scheduled to take off from London’s Heathrow Airport, heading towards New York’s JFK airport

Nearly 2,000 UK businesses demand urgent climate action ahead of COP28

Business leaders call for a clear climate action plan to restore the UK’s global climate leadership at COP 28

ENA gas members to leave by end of 2024

Gas members of the Energy Networks Association have unanimously decided to exit the association by the end of 2024, citing the evolving energy policy environment

UK Prime Minister unveils £29.5bn investment boost to drive growth

The funding is expected to support sectors like tech, life sciences, renewables, housing and infrastructure

Octopus takes 12.5% stake in offshore wind farm

Octopus Energy’s generation arm has acquired a 12.5% stake in the Walney Extension offshore wind farm in the Irish Sea

Local leaders discontent with ‘pounds for pylons’ scheme

Suffolk councillors argue that the proposed energy bill relief funding for residents near planned pylons falls short of compensating for the potential industrialisation of the landscape

‘Wind investments at risk amid electricity market changes’

Proposals for locational marginal pricing, a key reform suggested by the government, could lead to a prolonged hiatus in new renewable electricity generation, according to a report

Ofgem seeks views on DNOs’ engagement with large connections stakeholders

The input will contribute to assessing the effectiveness of DNOs in delivering services that meet the needs of their customers

SSE to build first electric HGV charging hub in Birmingham

SSE Energy Solutions is set to build its inaugural fully electric charging hub for heavy goods vehicles at Tyseley Energy Park in Birmingham