“UK lags in global green growth race”

The IPPR has voiced concerns about the UK’s global standing in green growth, citing the lack of a comprehensive green industrial strategy as a critical factor

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‘Clean power surge keeps Paris Agreement alive, but urgent action needed’

The International Energy Agency has warned that while the window for meeting the Paris Agreement’s 1.5°C target remains open, it has narrowed

More than one in five Britons doubt UK achieving net zero ever

Climate change has slipped from being the fourth most important issue facing the country last year to fifth place this year, according to a survey

Shetland port gears up for massive wind farm partnership

Lerwick Port Authority and Irish utility ESB have inked an agreement to collaborate on a 500MW offshore wind project near Shetland, focusing on port solutions and operations

Scotland’s wind pact: Blueprint for UK’s green energy future?

RenewableUK has hailed the Scottish Onshore Wind Sector Deal, signed today, as a blueprint that could transform the entire UK

National Grid readies 10GW capacity for ‘shovel-ready’ renewable projects

National Grid Electricity Distribution has unveiled a 10GW distribution capacity for fresh renewable energy projects spanning the Midlands, South Wales and the South West

“UK’s onshore wind policy changes do not go far enough”

Energy industry leaders express dissatisfaction with the recent onshore wind policy changes, asserting that they do not address the fundamental issues

Solar boom or gloom?

New analysis reveals that imposing more restrictions on ground-mounted solar farms could inflate energy bills by up to £5 billion annually