Following re-election, Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond announced on Wednesday 18 May that by 2020 the country plans to produce 100% of its electricity needs from renewable energy sources. Speaking at the All Energy renewable energy conference in Aberdeen Salmond pledged to move “still faster and further” to secure Scotland’s place as a green energy powerhouse in Europe. He explained that by 2020 Scotland could be generating twice as much electricity as it demands, with over 50% of this coming from renewables and the balance from other conventional and fossil fuelled sources.
Haven Power shortlisted as energy supplier of the year for the third year running
Leading Ipswich based business electricity supplier Haven Power has been shortlisted for supplier of the year at the prestigious Energy Awards 2018.
19 Sep 2018 | Company
Carbon causes price crash, while renewables rise to 40%
Renewables rose to almost 40% of generation last week, while falling carbon prices led to a price crash. Stay updated with our new weekly market report:
19 Sep 2018 | Industry
7 ways to get financial support for sustainability
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13 Sep 2018 | Industry