100% Renewable UK

The aim of 100% Renewable UK is to campaign for the provision of all UK’s energy requirements by renewable energy by the year 2050, or as soon as practicable before then. This means all energy, not just electricity, and includes energy for domestic, commercial, industrial and transport purposes. This implicitly excludes nuclear energy and also fossil fuels with or without carbon capture and storage. The campaign is a forum for discussion, education and campaigns for policies on particular issues. The main topics for debate and campaigning are the politics, economics and technology of paths that can achieve 100 per cent renewable energy for the UK.

There’s a lot of free information on this website, and please look through the pages and blog posts – it’s all free – but if you want to use any of the material, do so provided you attribute the source and post a link to the relevant information in this website.

Campaign for green buildings – Make solar panels on suitable buildings mandatory and ban fossil fuel heating in new buildings SIGN the petition here! 

See the latest Green Buildings Campaign (recorded) webinar HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spCPGaBhUYQ

Speakers at the webinar were: Kevin Holland, Managing Director of Solar Shed talked about ‘Why Everyone needs solar pv’. Emily Rice, Scotland Policy Analyst for Solar Energy UK discussed how  ‘the role regulation has played in Scotland’s solar new build success’. Andrew Warren, Chair of the British Energy Efficiency Federation (BEEF), answered the question ‘How we can do a real energy efficiency programme’ and David Toke of 100percentrenewableuk outlined the new report published by 100percentrenewableuk entitled ‘How to organise a real energy efficiency programme’.


New Report – UK Government needs to build political mechanisms to deliver a real energy efficiency programme

Buy our report on how nuclear power undermines wind power – a study on Scottish nuclear and wind power here (see link at the bottom of that page). See our video discussion HERE about how nuclear power undermines renewables during normal operations.

See our blog post here about how the climate transition has not caused the gas crisis.


Share this page: