Diesel farm investor Plutus has “recognised how valuable the [Capacity Market] auction is," company chairman Charles Tatnall told New Power. Tatnall said Plutus hopes to have at least 140MW of capacity to bid into the 2015 auction (for delivery i
Xoserve chief executive Chris Murray has insisted that the organisation is on track to go live on a new software system that will manage data transfer and payments for participants in the industry on 1 October, despite fears raised just six months
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) investigation into the energy market has swung partly away from examining the issues of wholesale markets and whether vertically integrated companies too much market power, to examine customer issues mor
Labour’s plans for a “freeze” on energy prices could put fast-growing new energy suppliers out of business, according to Professor Michael Pollitt.
Is there enough transparency in how network costs are determined, and is Ofgem scrutinising them effectively? And are network companies being over-rewarded for their activity?
Even in adverse market conditions the UK could shut down all its coal plant by 2023 and still “comfortably secure the system until such time as replacement capacity is commissioned”, according to a new report by Trilemma UK for the European Climat
Should the UK expand its focus from building a domestic wind industry to becoming a leader in other renewable energy projects? That was what Blair Lavoie, president of MWH Constructors, MWH Global suggested as the company hosted a visit by energy
Ofgem has begun publishing details of why companies failed to pre-qualify to take part in the contracts for difference (CfD) and Capacity Market (CM) auctions.
The inaugural Contracts for Difference auction for low carbon technologies has resulted in contract offers for 27 projects totalling around 2GW of capacity.
Infinis's landfill gas and wind portfolio give it the cash flow and growth that will take it through a change of ownership, electricity market reform and political uncertainty, its chief executive tells Janet Wood.