Merchant onshore wind is ‘unviable and will not lead to mass capacity’

A new report claims fully merchant onshore wind is not financially worthwhile for investors

‘The free market is crucial to tackling climate change, not green protectionism’

A new report claims free markets are essential to tackling climate change, as they enable free-flowing information and an increase in green technology and foreign investment in the UK’s low carbon economy

OPEC to boost oil production to stabilise market

An agreement has been made to increase production to 400,000 barrels a day each month from August until December to control the market

‘Three times as much investment in renewables than in fossil fuels over last decade’

That is according to a report by Imperial Business School and the IEA, which suggests a better risk/return profile for clean energy over fossil fuels

Fukushima – 10 years on…

Today marks the ten year anniversary of the Fukushima disaster that rocked the world – what happened, what were its impacts and how does the future look?

EDF Energy to pay £6m to Ofgem after breaching market regulations

The energy firm admitted: ‘EDF ETG takes this issue extremely seriously and apologises for the error’

Nearly half a million US clean energy workers unemployed as COVID continues

The 446,000 workers make up around 13% of the total clean energy workforce, according to a new analysis of federal unemployment filings

IMServ Expands into the Netherlands

Leading UK energy data collection and metering company IMServ has entered into the Dutch energy metering and data market this month.

Energy Price Cap extended until end of 2021

The government claims the move will see around 11 million households across the UK make savings on their energy bills

Ørsted divests business customer portfolio to Total Gas and Power

The move comes as the Danish energy giant works to shrink its downstream operations and focus on building, owning and operating renewable generation assets