Denmark is a renewable energy leader and its ties to the UK are increasing. Birger Lauersen explains the history behind the country's energy choices and considers the next steps for its community-led approach.
National Grid’s “Triad” peak charging methodology has helped reduce demand peaks since the early nineties. Brendan Coyne asks: Will it still be effective as the market changes?
November's inaugural Capacity Market auction was the start of a new measure for in the GB electricity market. New Power polled industrywatchers and asked for their opinions on the auction and its outcomes.
Hinkley Point C has long been in the lead position as the UK’s first new nuclear plant. But it is moving slowly and two other projects are coming up on the inside. How close are they?
Tempus Energy launched a supply business in March promising to help customers access demand-side benefits - clainmed by founder and chief executive Sara Bell to be a potential £8 billion annually.
Ofgem’s “Secure and Promote” initiative to improve liquidity in the electricity market has had mixed results and is unlikely to attract new financial participants into the market, the Competition and Markets Authority concluded in an issues paper
“It would take an improbable concatenation of events to put the lights out nationally,” the Lords’ Science and Technology Committee said in a report on the Resilience of the Electricity System, and the group did not expect lights to go out this wi
SSE is to make a £100,000 payment to Energy Action Scotland in recompense for receiving excessive constraint payments.
Wave Energy Scotland (WES), a new research and development body funded by the Scottish Government, has opened a £7 million international technology innovation competition to advance wave energy solutions in the UK.
National Infrastucture Planning has awarded a development consent order for ESB's Knottingley. The 1500MW CCGT is sited near Wakefield.