Areva, the French nuclear plant manufacturer due to supply EDF’s new reactor at Hinkley Point, has been hit by manufacturing problems over the reactor pressure vessel for its French plant, according to industry journal Nuclear Engineering Internat
Energy supplier Spark Energy has made a £250,000 payment to Citizens Advice and Citizens Advice Scotland (less a £1 penalty to Ofgem) in recompense for multiple, longstanding failings in dealing with customers.
James Busche, chief executive of Uskmouth Power, talks about regulatory uncertainty and biomass
There are sufficient gas and electricity supplies in Great Britain to cover demand through the summer, according to system operator National Grid’s (NG’s) regular Summer Outlook Report.
A utility future of prosumers with onsite generation and storage, and a diverse of group of service suppliers, linked by an “open architecture” grid, was one likely outcome set out at a Global Energy Summit organised by lawyers Dentons.
Why seek large CCGTs? UK Power Reserve is providing exactly what the giverment wants: flexible gas-fired capacity in the form of distributed generation, its chief executive tells Janet Wood.
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.