GB experiences a large number of extended wind lulls. What is an extended lull and how often do they happen?.
RenewableUK usually make a fuss about Global Wind Day. But in June 2020 wind didn't turn up for its own party, so silence reigned.
Why is it proving so difficult to get rid of coal? Why do so many people keep telling us it's almost gone?
It looked as though wind had reached a new milestone, but it was coal that had to save the day.
GB has the benefit of established hydroelectric sources, but the shortage of mountains means we can't achieve much more from them by 2050.
The National Grid anticipates a significant increase in energy from marine sources, i.e. tidal and wave. Which projects are these, and why are so few in operation so far?
The push is on to migrate from petrol and diesel cars to electric ones. What could actually be achieved by 2030?