UK commits record £1.6bn to Green Climate Fund at G20

During the G20 summit in India, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak highlighted the advantages of pursuing net zero targets to stimulate job growth

SSEN’s flexible capacity skyrockets by 140%

The company has secured contracts for 202MW in its central southern England license area

Australian LNG workers press on with strike action

Workers at Chevron’s major Australian LNG projects are poised to strike, impacting over 5% of global supply, prompting experts to express worries about potential energy price increases

Octopus’ offshore wind tentacles reach Norway, Sweden and South Korea

As part of its ambitious plan to generate 10GW of offshore wind energy by 2032, Octopus Energy has invested in developer Deep Wind Offshore

Is UK’s green energy auction on the brink?

Industry insiders are expressing concerns that tomorrow’s announcement may reveal a lack of significant bids in the forthcoming Contracts for Difference auction results

Could a ‘hydrogen bank’ fuel Scotland’s green dreams?

Researchers at the University of Aberdeen are developing technology to store electricity from renewables as green hydrogen in depleted oil and gas reservoirs

OPEC+ production freeze stirs global inflation fears

Experts have warned that OPEC+ holding oil production at nine million barrels a day, coupled with Saudi Arabia’s one million barrel cut could fuel global inflation

Global energy transition faces $18tn investment gap

To limit global warming to 1.5°C, the energy transition must see renewables and low carbon solutions grow from 12% in 2021 to 50%-70% by 2050, according to a new report

UK’s £100bn energy investment plea

The government has been urged to attract £100 billion private investment to ensure energy security

“UK’s onshore wind policy changes do not go far enough”

Energy industry leaders express dissatisfaction with the recent onshore wind policy changes, asserting that they do not address the fundamental issues