The economic case for clean renewable energy has been boosted by reports that the cost of renewables is set to keep falling into the next decade.

The Renewable Energy Association (REA) has revealed that UK’s green energy sector employed more than 116,800 workers in 2015.

EDF Energy has revealed plans to build a new offshore windfarm off the coast of Blyth in Northumberland.

Swindon Borough Council’s solar bonds, designed to partially fund a local solar farm, have sold out a month earlier than initially expected.

Cities must play a key role in the transition to a low-carbon energy sector, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has said.

According to a study by the Renewables Global Status, new solar, wind and hydropower sources were added in 2015 at the fastest rate the world had ever seen.

The solar street lighting market is forecast to grow to £12 billion by 2024, a £1.8 billion increase on last year, a new report suggests.

The 2.6 billion Moray Firth wind farm off the coast of Caithness will create up to 900 jobs and deliver a multimillion pound boost to the region.

The developers of one of the largest offshore wind farms, located off of the coast of Norfolk, have secured £1.3 million of funding.

Nissan has joined forces with power management leader Eaton to create a new residential energy storage unit, ‘xStorage’, designed to give customers the power to control how and when they use energy in the homes.

Ecotricity is reviewing its plans to construct a green gas mill in Winchester, after Winchester City Council decided to reject the original proposa

New data from the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has found that renewable energy made up 24.7 per cent of all electricity generated in the UK in 2015.

The 10th Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment showed that global investment in renewable energy hit a record £202.3 billion in 2015.

Preliminary data from the International Energy Agency (IEA) suggests that a shift towards renewable energy has kept greenhouse gas emissions level for a second year in a row.

A new £35 million 22MW biomass plant is due to be constructed in Hull, adding to the region’s already growing clean energy sector.

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