GB emissions have been falling, but is that coming to end? Will they actually increase again?
Why is it proving so difficult to get rid of coal? Why do so many people keep telling us it's almost gone?
Is there any plausible evidence that generation from CCGT Gas can end by 2037?
GB often experiences extended wind lulls. What is an extended lull and how often do they happen?
It looked as though wind had reached a new milestone, but it was coal that had to save the day.
RenewableUK usually celebrates Global Wind Day. But in June 2020 wind didn't turn up.
With increased wind capacity in 2021, why were there more wind lulls?
GB has established hydroelectric sources, but we can't really achieve much more by 2050.
Significant increases in energy from marine sources are anticipated. Which projects are these?
Migration from petrol and diesel cars to electric ones is under way. What can be achieved by 2030?