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In the wake of the Fukushima disaster Japan has looked to renewables to fill the gap left by nuclear. but is its resolve now wavering?
Serious questions remain unanswered about the UK's energy strategy; with political uncertainty increasing and a number of the UK's gas, coal, nuclear and oil power stations now approaching end of life, the market urgently need clarity.
After being talked of for years we are now at a point where energy storage – at all scales from domestic up to industrial and grid – has arrived. This post looks at the opportunities and challenges battery based grid storage will bring.
In theory, low in oil prices should signal trouble for the renewable market. Crashes in the 80's and 90's brought its knees so why has the industry proved so resilient this time round and what will happen during the next period of volatility?
May’s actions since her appointment as Prime Minister suggest a shift of energy policy focus from decarbonisation to affordability. The uncertainty is expected to cause project investors and banks to hesitate about committing new capital. Against this backdrop, this post looks at the short term outlook for the UK renewable sector
Negative power prices are increasingly factor in European energy markets but what is the causing them, will they continue and what has been the impact of renewable generation?
A review of European energy policies focusing on renewable energy and carbon trading with a brief historical background on the broader European issues from the beginning of the Union′s creation in 1951 up to 2012.
CBI criticises solar subsidy cut The UKs biggest business group has criticised the governments decision to halve the subsidies for household solar electricity by next...