Workers install solar panels containing photovoltaic cells at the new Solarpark Eggersdorf solar park on September 4, 2012 near Muencheberg, Germany. Photo: Getty Images
The case for solar and wind power is strong, but UK governments stubbornly stick with nuclear
By Keith Barnham - 13 May 15:42

Countries like Germany, China and Japan are racing ahead in switching to renewable energy sources, while the UK continues to stubbornly stick to outdated nuclear power.

Renewables video
By NS Admin - 13 January 11:53

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Looking to the future: A response to Jeremy Rifkin
By Martin Haigh - 21 December 11:12

The Shell Scenarios team looks at alternative views of the energy future. Martin Haigh is a Senior E

Answering the curmudgeons, faultfinders and armchair engineers
By Robert Norris - 13 December 13:02

The Head of Communications at RenewableUK, the trade association representing the wind, wave and tid

Answering the curmudgeons, faultfinders and armchair engineers
By Robert Norris - 13 December 11:33

The Head of Communications at RenewableUK, the trade association representing the wind, wave and tid

Q&A with Jeremy Rifkin
By Samira Shackle - 13 December 11:32

The New Statesman talks to Jeremy Rifkin, economist, writer, political adviser and activist, about r

Facts and figures
By Staff blogger - 13 December 11:31

Rifkin's five pillars of the Third Industrial Revolution.

Looking to the future: A response to Jeremy Rifkin
By Martin Haigh - 14 November 13:01

The Shell Scenarios team looks at alternative views of the energy future. Martin Haigh is a Senior Energy Adviser of Shell Scenarios, responsible for energy modelling.

New Statesman
Renewables
By Staff blogger - 19 September 14:22

What are the contributions renewable energy sources can make to achieving our environmental commitme