Wind energy generated a record 16.62 gigawatts (GW) of electricity in Britain for the first time, providing more than 43.7% of power on Sunday 8th December 2019.
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Carbon Brief asked a range of delegates at COP25 what they think needs to happen by COP26 in Glasgow to keep the Paris Agreement on track.
The UK’s IR35 legislation ensures that contractors pay the same tax and National Insurance contributions as an equivalent employee. New IR35 changes will be implemented in April 2020 for private sector contractors that will transfer responsibility from contractors to large and medium companies to assess IR35. The 2020 reform will bring public sector IR35 in line with the public sector, where the reform was implemented in 2017.
ScottishPower Renewables, a subsidiary of Iberdrola, plans to construct solar projects across their onshore wind sites throughout the UK and Ireland. Adding solar PV and battery storage seeks to maximise the generation potential for every renewables project the company develops.
McDonald’s is the latest global giant to sign a power purchase agreement (PPA) to run 2,500 of its restaurants in the US. This reinforces the sense that business is becoming a major force in the renewable energy market, with an ever-increasing appetite to make the transition to clean energy a business priority. The agreement for
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