The final results of the T-4 Capacity Market auction, for delivery in 2019/20, were confirmed on 22 December. What have we learned from the second auction?
Welsh planning minister Carl Sargeant has criticised planning authorities for the absence of green power policies in their local development plans (LDPs).
Siemens has been fined £107,000 and RWE Innogy £45,000 after an engineer was killed when he came into contact with the unguarded rotating shaft of a gearbox within a turbine at Causeymire windfarm.
The Republic of Ireland’s energy minister Alex White has published an Energy White Paper which insists that by the end of the century, Ireland will have to generate all its energy from “clean sources”.
Scottish taxpayers have lost about £35 million as a result of investment in renewable energy firms which went bust, MSPs have been told.
New data from Citizens Advice shows the gap between the best and worst energy suppliers for -handling customer complaints has increased.
Npower is to pay £26 million in customer redress and charitable donations and will have to halt selling in June 2016 if it does not meet standards on customer complaints and billing.
There are two potential routes for the GB energy system to incorporate distributed production, demand-side response and innovative energy management, according to John McLean, director of product marketing at Autogrid.
“A smart energy system, based around new forms of flexibility” could help the UK deliver its climate and energy objectives more cost-effectively than the current centralised system, according to a key policy paper published by the Department of En
Six years after Yoav Zingher started Kiwi Power (with co-founder Ziko Abram), the company has grown to use about 750 largely commercial and industrial sites to provide paid-for demand response and grid services.