A report from RenewablesUK has shown that UK companies represent a significant proportion of global offshore wind contracts provided to date, as IRENA predict that the industry is set to grow by more than six times over the next 15 years.
A proposal to ban fracking outright in Ireland overcame its first hurdle earlier this week as a vote in favour of the ban was passed unanimously in the country’s lower house, the Dáil Éireann.
The International Environment Agency issued a report this week showing 2015 to be a record year for renewable energy, with new sources constructed exceeded the total generational capacity of Canada.
A recent report published by the Science and Technology Committee admitted that the Government is ‘not being clear on the benefits of smart meters’, so let’s see if we can clear things up for you.
The Committee on Climate Change has published a report claiming that if the UK is to meet the goals set out in the Paris Climate Agreement, development of carbon removal technologies needs to be accelerated.
Innovative new technology has been used to successfully transmit data across the national grid, marking an important step towards a more efficient ‘smart grid’ and potentially changing the way we approach to the need to cope with energy demands. Continue Reading
The World Energy Council, an ‘impartial network of leaders and practitioners’ promoting a sustainable future, has released a report that suggest that the world’s per capita energy demand is set to peak by the year 2030.