Three renewable energy suppliers have been granted temporary derogations from the energy price cap that came into effect at the beginning of the year. Continue Reading
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
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
The chairman of renewables focused energy provider Ecotricity has just announced a large investment into what he believes could be a major source of energy for the UK and the rest of the world – gas produced from grass.
In a speech to be given this week Amber Rudd, the energy secretary, will say that keeping the lights on across Britain now takes priority over the pursuit of green energy.
The World Energy Council had announced that following the cuts to green subsidies and increased subsidising of fossil fuel companies, Britain has been downgraded from the top AAA rating, to AAB, according to their ‘energy trilemma index’.
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has come out as condemning the government’s apparent indifference towards climate change that they claim is shown by their cutting of renewable energy subsidies.