Download the Energy Outlook 2018

If you’re trying to make sense of what’s going on in the energy sector – especially in the field of renewables – then our Energy Outlook 2018 should help you cut through the clutter and find answers to the most pressing questions. This is our review of the most important news, trends and analysis of…

Energy Outlook 2018 – further reading

Here are links to the various source materials quoted in the CleanEarth Energy Outlook 2018. While these links were all working fine at the time of publication (5 January 2018) they are on other people’s websites so are liable to being updated, amended or deleted over time. A. CHARTS     p11 (top): UK renewable generating…

COMING IN JANUARY: ENERGY OUTLOOK 2018

It can be hard to discern the signal amongst the noise when it comes to renewables, and to the energy sector in general. That’s why we’ve put together the CleanEarth Energy Outlook 2018. This is our review of the most important news, trends and analysis, overlaid with our own insights into the key energy-related issues…

Ghosts of Christmas past

It’s that time of year when the flashbacks start for Robbie Brady. As CleanEarth’s project manager on the Castell Llwyd wind turbine, the festive season will always bring to mind the outrageous sequence of deadlines and events that defined his 2015 Christmas. “It really kicked off on 21st December,” recalls Robbie. “The planning application had…

Solar PV installation makes business sense – even without subsidies

With the completion of a 500kWp rooftop system for Natco Foods’ Buckingham processing hub, CleanEarth have again proved that solar PV installations can be economically viable without any help from government subsidies. Reductions in the cost of solar PV equipment and efficient installation procedures now make it cost-competitive with conventional power generation – especially as…