Sister title Current± editor Liam Stoker examines how climate commitments by all three major UK political parties stack up against the country's net-zero target.
Uncertainty over potential UK exit should not be allowed to impact broader efforts on climate change and energy transition, top utilities say at Solar & Storage Live.
PV body SEIA urges Michigan regulator to green-light deal that would clear way for 400 developments, paralysed amid stand-off with public utility.
President anticipates privately funded US$2bn-plus scheme for PV panels to fuel channelling of water towards country’s arid, poorer northeast.
WTO panel finds US state-level tax incentives discriminated Indian products, delivering blow to Washington as Trump and Modi trade words at G20 talks.
PV finalists revealed for Brazilian renewable tender of 28 June, Argentinian MP proposes new renewable target, Chile names new Energy minister after scandal.
Socialist poll winners should retain minister Ribera after first few months of clean energy policy achievements, say PV reps and legal experts.
LSS2019 special report: Top official lays out how EU legislation will ease PV’s struggles with PPAs, permitting and policy u-turns as it works to become mainstream.
Solar campaigners hail electoral promise by New South Wales Labor for fresh 7GW in renewable capacity but distribution lobby urges to consider grid implications
Speakers at Energy Storage Europe were confident, despite a few reservations, that Germany’s new government which grants Chancellor Angela Merkel a fourth term in office will be good for the environment and for renewable energy.