Solar, wind, batteries, and even electric vehicles have all dropped enough in price that they can overcome polluting competitors in terms of cost per kilowatt-hour in most cases. But have you ever seen anything like 1 cent per kilowatt-hour? The answer, of course, is efficiency. The cheapest kilowatt-hour is the one you don’t use, after all. But what does that mean, exactly, that there’s a price on something that doesn’t exist?
Clean Technica 18th Aug 2019 read more »
The Catholic Church has signed one of the UK’s largest green energy contracts, which has seen more than 4,500 churches and schools switch to renewable gas and electricity supplied by British Gas.
Edie 19th Aug 2019 read more »
The lion’s share of a multi-million community fund generated by a Scottish wind farm giant has been spent in the north and north-east, according to a new report. A review carried out by energy firm SSE Renewables, the developer of the 84-turbine Beatrice Offshore Wind project alongside a number of Scottish onshore windfarms and hydro schemes, shows the company has invested more than £4.5 million across the Highlands and Islands and the north-east. It has provided over £6.6 million in support for community projects across UK as a whole between April 1, 2018 and March 31, 2019.
Energy Voice 20th Aug 2019 read more »