Eleven EU member states have hit 2020 renewable energy goals

The share of energy from renewable sources in the EU reached 17.5% in 2017

Green energy supplier Pure Planet reduces prices for customers

A typical consumer will be paying £268 less than Ofgem’s new price cap of £1,254

Suffolk to plug in UK’s ‘first fully open’ EV charging network

Drivers will be able to pay by contactless payment without having to register with networks or apps or become members of organisations

London Council launches new green energy supplier

Beam Energy has been set up as a not-for-profit company

Corporations go big on clean energy

Around 13.4GW of green energy contracts were signed by 121 corporations last year

Vattenfall to buy Dutch green energy supplier

DELTA Energie supplies green energy to around 170,000 households and small and medium sized businesses

Oil, gas majors spending 1.3% of investment on green energy

New research suggests European firms are investing more on low carbon energy compared to their rivals in the US and Asia

Is Green Energy the Future of the US Utilities Sector?

Although the take up of green energy sources has not been uniform in the United States, there can be little doubt that states like California have gone for more renewable energy production from sources like wind power in a big way.

Renewables could provide 53% of Egypt’s power needs by 2030

The nation would, however, need to increase its investments to £4.9bn a year

Swansea Uni granted £36m to research green building materials

The university develops coatings that generate electricity from heat and light