April 23, 2019

Thanks to the remarkable innovation and reduced cost of installation in clean energy technologies in recent years, a transition to a low carbon economy will bring enormous benefits in improved health, reduced climate impacts and employment.

New jobs associated with a transition to a renewable energy future will significantly outweigh the jobs lost in the f...

September 21, 2018

Price, Performance and new Technologies is driving the march for the development of Renewables energy projects worldwide.

These 3 enablers are driving Solar and Wind energy to compete on price  with traditional energy sources while also matching performance outputs. This is according to a new piece of research by Deloitte, the global accounting group.


May 29, 2018

Americas top companies are investing in Solar energy in a very big way. The Solar means business report has been recently published by the Solar energy industries association. Contained in the report is the total amount of Solar energy now being produced by these large corporations.

The survey reports on more than 4,000 companies in the USA. These companie...

May 23, 2018

There is a global shift happening towards Renewable energy. The pace of this shift is quickening and in particular Solar energy seems to be leading the pack.

A new report by the UN highlights that 98 GW of Solar energy was installed across the world in 2017, this is the highest in history and the most of any other source of energy installed last year.


April 16, 2018

Most people know that the Sun’s rays produces energy. But what most people would like to know is how does it actually work! If you have seen Solar panels and you are aware of the incredible potential of Solar energy, then you will have some questions.


Simply put, a solar panel works by allowing photons, or particles of light, to kn...

April 3, 2018

More electricity in the UK was produced by Wind & Solar than Nuclear power for the first time ever according to the latest government figures.

Renewables share of electricity production in the UK shot up to 29%, while nuclear energy production stood still at 21%.

The latest figures now mean that low carbon energy sources like wind, solar and Nuclear account...

March 24, 2018

There can be absolutely no doubt that Solar Energy is now the fastest growing source of Energy Worldwide. In 2017, the World added 29.3% more Solar Energy capacity than the previous year. The main drivers of this were large commercial solar farms in Europe and America, but also China and India.

The Paris based IEA has predicted that Solar will dominate fut...

March 13, 2018

2016 was a record year for Solar energy installation, with a total of 76.6GW of Solar energy installed and connected to the grid in 2016. That’s a 50% year on year increase over the previous year in 2015.

With current trends in mind it is projected that the current market will continue to grow at these rates and we expect to see new record installations fo...

December 7, 2017

There are a couple of factors at play here. Firstly, let’s take a look at the current UK demand for electricity, the supply, and what is driving the future demand. Lastly, can the UK energy market meet this surging demand in the next ten years. The energy consumption per head of population in the UK stands at 5,129kWh.

What is a kWh of power?

If you take a...

December 4, 2017

After decades in the shade, solar power is now starting to really outshine every other form of energy source including fossil fuels. Solar is now cheaper than fossil fuels without subsidies. Solar and other forms of renewable energy are constantly in the news but there is still a lot that most people don’t know about solar energy.

1. Solar energy is the mo...

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