London Mayor Sadiq Khan is set to launch a tender for a new energy company to supply Londoners.
Lord Teverson, chair of the European Union Energy and Environment Sub-Committee, has asked for urgent reassurance from the government that it will be able to take responsibility for the UK’s nuclear safeguards from 30 March next year when the UK i
Large energy projects in Northern Ireland (NI) have been caught up in the fallout from a Belfast High Court ruling that quashed permission for a major waste management project because the decision was taken by civil servants in the absence of a mi
E.On is preparing to launch its Sunroof collaboration with Google in Great Britain.
E.On will offer its customers a digital assessment of the PV potential of their homes, free of charge and personally tailored.
Drax has announced plans to pilot a bioenergy carbon capture and storage (BECCS) project. Unlike previous CCS projects Drax has been involved with, this is an early pilot for a new technology.
Tidal energy company Nova Innovation has secured an extension of its seabed lease at the Shetland Tidal Array.
An 18-month, £900,000 joint industry project will explore using autonomous surface vessels – integrated with existing manned shipping operations – to support offshore windfarm operations and maintenance.
Crown Estate Scotland is seeking comments on new proposals to lease the seabed and encourage a new generation of offshore wind projects in Scottish waters.
Ofgem has opened an investigation into National Grid’s electricity transmission arm (NGET).
The devolved administration in Wales is proposing a raft of changes to the consenting regime for energy infrastructure projects, and has suggested that the existing Developments of National Significance (DNS) regime should be replaced.