What is the future of offshore wind?

With the price of offshore electricity plummeting as the industry scales up, wind farms are now a major part of the UK’s total energy mix

Is wave energy the most reliable renewable?

Energy from tides and waves could satisfy the world’s power needs, yet harnessing it on a commercial scale remains a dilemma for many of the tech startups in the space

5 datacentres slashing their environmental impact

As big data gets ever bigger, so do datacentres, gobbling up more energy and spewing out harmful greenhouse gases. Here are five innovative projects slashing their environmental impact

Restorative business revolutionising carbon use

Restorative business models, which aim to put back more into the environment, economy and society than they take out, are hard to achieve, but more organisations are trying

Financing sustainable energy for developing economies

Impact investing is a major opportunity for developing economies and provides basic services to the poorest people

Renewable energy: putting the power back into the Humber estuary

two men in hard hats by Port of hull,

Offshore wind power, propelling a major green energy initiative, is at the heart of the Humber’s recovery

Renewables: the most economic energy choice

IRENA director general Adnan Amin

Once relegated to an environmental alternative, renewables are becoming the most economic energy choice

Microgrids are bringing power to the billion left without electricity

Teacher and child, Rwanda

Power supply through clean micro and minigrids is empowering disadvantaged people in remote areas of the world