The British public largely do not blame green levies for the increases to energy bills, a new study by the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU) has found.
The Scottish government, SP Energy Networks and Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution have launched a new heat pump and thermal storage trial in the Highlands.
There are 12 suppliers in the UK that are technically insolvent and therefore at risk of collapse, according to analysis from accountants Price Bailey.
The government has set the forthcoming T-1 Capacity Market auction target volume at more than 5.36GW in response to what it has described as “broader uncertainties within the power sector”, meaning all participating assets in the auction are set to gain contracts at the maximum price of £75/kW per year.
Price discrepancies for public electric vehicle (EV) charging between the north and south have been revealed in new research from British Gas.
Statkraft's vice president of customers facing business in the UK & Ireland Duncan Dale, takes a look at the changing landscape of the energy sector, including the need for flex and the growth of hydrogen.
Over £60 million in public and private investment has been awarded to 11 floating offshore wind projects.
British Gas has been appointed as Supplier of Last Resort (SoLR) for collapsed company Together Energy, taking on its 176,000 domestic customers and one non-domestic.
Western Power Distribution (WPD) is launching a new flexibility tender covering 41 locations which have a combined peak requirement of 278.34MW.