Over 5,500 churches and cathedrals across the country have switched to green sources of power in an effort to do their bit in the war against climate change. Continue Reading
Britain has been powered without coal for a historic 1,000 hours this year, a new milestone for a rapidly evolving energy system. Continue Reading
According to the UK’s Climate Change Committee, the nation is not on course to meet its own targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions into the coming decades. Continue Reading
Figures show that the number of cities across the world that source a minimum of 70% of their electricity through green means has increased by more than 100% since 2015. The data also shows that over 40 cities are now running completely on clean energy. Continue Reading
The figure has been announced by the South Australian (SA) Premier Jay Weatherill which is a dramatic increase from the previously state set target of 50%. Continue Reading
Last year, the amount of energy produced in the UK using renewable means was equal to the total amount of energy used by the whole country in 1958.
Ikea has teamed up with the “Big Clean Switch”, a campaign that helps people to find cheaper and greener energy tariffs through collective switching.
Collective switching involves a large group of people switching to a supplier at the same time and therefore getting a better deal. The switching process is overseen by a third party Continue Reading
Europe’s ability to produce power from wind grew by up to 25% over the course of 2017, taking total capacity to 15.8 gigawatts, a clear record for production. Continue Reading