Hydropower can benefit the environment and gives communities a positive view of renewables, says Mark Simon. It is worth continued investment
Grid inertia has for many years been provided by rotating equipment at fossil fuel plant. New sources of inertia have to be found as those plants close. Andrew Strong argues that common standards are key.
It’s not surprising that nuclear power plant developer Horizon should call for action now from the British government on funding arrangements for its new power plants.
Recent news that an important gas pipeline would be out of action for weeks caused headlines over fears it would cause energy bills to rise.
Small and mid-range suppliers were responsible for nearly a quarter of all power sold to domestic customers in 3Q 2017.
Is it new year, new energy company? Janet Wood and Annabel Andrews looked at which suppliers are changing their approach and who is winning the switching battle
Phil Grant looks at the varied products that different types of gas plant offer the energy market, and considers what that means for investors as the capacity market auction draws nearer
Batteries are the wrong technology to manage network frequency, says Andrew Scobie, executive chairman at Faraday Grid.
Ofgem has promised to “robustly defend” its decision to reject a claim by large generators for a refund on charges they paid to use the transmission network.
The nuclear industry has been in the spotlight since the vote to leave the EU because the UK has to replace nuclear safeguards currently provided under the Euratom treaty.