Energy secretary Amber Rudd has claimed that the UK’s vote to leave the European Union will not affect the country’s commitment to clean energy, and revealed the government’s response to the fifth carbon budget will be published as scheduled tomorrow morning.
Mongoose Energy has recruited Climate Group chief executive Mark Kenber to lead its fledgling energy supply business.
Portsmouth City Council (PCC) is preparing to award a tender offer worth up to £10 million which will see solar panels rolled out on council owned buildings across the city over the next four years.
Kingfisher is broadly on track to reach towards its 2020 sustainability targets after its latest update showed the company had reached several milestones on the way towards achieving its net positive ambition.
BMW has announced plans to launch a stationary energy storage product suitable for small commercial applications utilising the same high-voltage batteries used in i3 electric vehicles, including those repurposed from existing EVs.
Clean Energy Live, the leading trade show for the renewables and clean energy industry, has partnered with leading information portal for electrical professionals, Voltimum.
Food and drink giant Nestlé is to power its UK & Ireland operations through renewable sources after landing a major wind power contract.
Dell has made significant progress towards its 2020 environmental goals after wider adoption of energy efficiency measures and renewables saw the company’s energy consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions fall.
Mike Pedley, head of energy at Welsh Water, speaks to Clean Energy News about the company's approach to energy and the benefits of providing demand response for both the company and the country.
Automobile manufacturer Ford has lauded the success of its energy efficiency drive after it hit a key energy efficiency target a year earlier than planned.
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In the first of a series of blogs from Big Four accountancy firm PwC, Toby Morris, a member of its sustainability and climate change team, reflects on the need for a strong carbon price signal and rapid deployment of renewables as the dust settles following the Paris Agreement.
The government’s ability to form long term energy policy has continued to be put in question after a survey of energy and sustainability professionals found that continuity of energy policy was considered to be the biggest challenge facing their sector.
Marks & Spencer has established a new crowdfunding scheme it hopes will pay for the installation of solar panels on nine of its UK stores.
Land Securities has committed to a number of new ambitious carbon emissions and energy reduction targets following a year which saw the commercial landlord cut its total energy consumption by 3%.
The National Health Service could save as much as £414 million each year by 2020 through various resource and energy efficiency programmes, a new report has claimed.
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water has penned a new deal with Open Energi to provide up to 5MW of demand response services to help manage the peaks and troughs of energy supply and demand nationwide.
Nominations for this year’s Clean Energy Awards, sponsored by Trina Solar, are currently open. The inaugural Clean Energy Awards will take place on 5 October during the Clean Energy Live exhibition at Birmingham’s NEC.