Government offers £205m to low-carbon power in latest CfD auction
UK Government has ringfenced more than £200m for renewables technologies in its latest Contracts for Difference (CfD) allocation round.
Five things you probably didn’t know about the UK’s renewable export market
As a new report reveals that the UK's marine and wind energy companies exported goods and services to an impressive 44 countries across the globe last year, edie rounds up some of the key trends in the UK’s renewable imports and exports.
Pentland Firth tidal project sets record-breaking month for electricity generation
Turbines harnessing tidal energy in the Pentland Firth have set a world record for monthly tidal stream power production, after phase one of the MeyGen marine project produced more than 700 MWh in the month of August.
Swansea Bay: £1.3bn tidal lagoon project earns much-needed backing from Hendry Review
Plans to build the world's first tidal lagoon-based renewable energy system in Swansea Bay have today (12 January) received support from a long-awaited, Government-commissioned review assessing the viability of the project.
Six renewable energy innovations primed for Government’s £500m nest egg
The Government's £500m of allocated funds for green innovation could propel the UK into being a world-leader in energy generation, if the money is spent in key areas such as wave and tidal energy, low-carbon heat and energy storage.
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