Energy retailer SSE is to pay out £700,000 after it missed its own target to install gas smart meters for customers in 2018.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a key tool for decarbonisation and the government should consult on new funding models to support it, including a ‘regulated asset base’ model.
The Brexit delay has left carbon emitters, including power generators, with uncertainty over multimillion-pound emissions payments.
Scottish Equity Partners (SEP) has sold its portfolio of onshore wind farms to Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PiP) for an enterprise value of £50 million.
AES Corporation has announced plans to exit the UK. EP UK Investments will acquire AES’s entire UK business – which is all in Northern Ireland – including all assets, systems and key management and staff.
The Scottish Government does not know how much it will recover of the more than £9 million in loans provided to failed supply company Our Power, it said in April in response to a Freedom of Information request.
A Capacity Market auction will be held on 11-12 June for delivery year 2019/20, BEIS announced in early April, and the deadline has now passed for prequalified companies to withdraw.
The “political will is there” to set a ‘net zero’ carbon emissions target.
The fundamental architecture of the energy industry is changing in a way that has not been seen since privatisation.
Members of the UK100 network of local authorities have pledged to convert to using 100% green energy by 2050. Janet Wood spoke to the network’s director, Polly Billington, about taking a local approach to energy