OVO buys stake in energy marketplace Renewable Exchange

The latter company has an installed capacity of more than 1GW connected to its power purchase agreement market platform

Norwegian dairy firm moo-ves to reduce climate impact with EV chargers

Tine has signed a five-year agreement with Swedish power firm Vattenfall to facilitate the installation of the chargers

UK universities earn a first with landmark £50m wind PPA

They will be guaranteed green electricity by developer Statkraft, which will issue certificates that match the output of the wind farms

Final turbine installed at ‘world’s largest’ offshore wind farm

Once completed, the offshore wind farm is expected to generate enough electricity to power more than a million homes in the UK

Ofgem: UK’s progress in cutting emissions has slowed

The regulator’s latest report suggests 2018 saw the smallest reduction in reducing emissions, down from a 3% fall the previous year, since 2012

Green Investment Group and BNEF partner to assess renewables’ climate benefits

A new tool will help developers and investors assess and compare the carbon impact of more than 60% of the world’s consented wind and solar projects

Ofgem orders four energy suppliers to pay £14.7m in green taxes

The regulator said Delta Gas and Power, GnERGY, Robin Hood Energy and Toto Energy could lose their licence if the Renewables Obligation payments are not made

Green Scottish developments may no longer need planning permission

Projects that could automatically get the go-ahead in Scotland include local renewable energy and electric vehicle charging points

German energy giant RWE targets carbon neutrality by 2040

It has taken over renewable generation assets from its subsidiary innogy and rival E.ON

Coal plummets to record low level as renewable energy grows

Coal accounted for only 0.6% of electricity production during the second quarter of 2019