Electrifying the UK’s transport network holds the key to major benefits, though significant investment in infrastructure is still needed at a time of national austerity
Impact investing is a major opportunity for developing economies and provides basic services to the poorest people
Just as the variable output of renewables is becoming an issue of grid management, a raft of technologies has emerged to support their expansion through energy storage
The focus on ensuring a secure and stable energy supply presents challenges while there is uncertainty over the future direction of UK government policy
As a fossil fuel, coal pollutes the atmosphere, but what are the prospects in a cleaner age for this source of energy which has been a mainstay of electricity supply for so long?
Change is the only constant. The global power market is in a state of flux, with competition running high, as oil prices sink low and the shift towards distributed generation shakes up traditional models of centralised supply
The technological possibilities of new electricity infrastructure are vast, but their potential will only be realised if the right regulations are in place to encourage a pan-European energy market, writes Sarah Murray
Wind and marine energy continues to set new milestones, but investors and business leaders want clear support from government, writes Mike Scott