Investment has been rushing into storage, and particularly battery storage, for the past two years. It is still seen as vital for the future of the industry but the immediate future is more testing.
Three European companies face fines for breaching Remit rules.
Janet Wood took a look at European views on power capacity in the winter and beyond
It’s great to see that distribution networks have promised to open the market for flexibility services.
Ofgem’s fixation with switching as the only measure of success in a retail energy market that is working for customers has come home to roost.
Market participants that want to arrange energy trades with or to EU member states will have to register with those states’ national regulators in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Ofgem has confirmed – but it cannot act now to get ahead of the proce
A Freedom of Information request by the Belfast Telegraph has revealed several significant power schemes that are held up waiting for the return of a fully-functioning devolved administration in Northern Ireland with ministers in post.
Welsh government ministers have called in Horizon Power’s planning application to start clearance work for a new nuclear power station – Wylfa Newydd – on the island of Anglesey, after concern from conservation groups about the effect on wildlife
The long-running inquiry into Northern Ireland’s botched Renewable Heating Incentive scheme has finished taking evidence.
New utility Social Energy says it is the first to win permission from National Grid ESO to aggregate domestic response, so it can be traded in the Balancing Market.