The Irish government has published legislation designed to reform the country’s marine spatial and consent planning system.The aim is to modernise and streamline the process for approving maritime infrastructure projects, including offshore renewa
Utility executives should be role-playing a cyber security incident on a regular basis, Bridewell Consulting’s Anthony Young tells New Power.
The Welsh government has identified 11 ‘priority’ areas to develop large-scale onshore wind and solar projects and four more for large-scale solar only.
Three interconnector operators have now consulted on rules for cross-border trading in the event the UK has a ‘no-deal’ Brexit from the EU or is otherwise excluded from the EU’s Internal Energy Market (IEM).
The bidding window for the third allocation round for renewable energy Contracts for Difference (CfDs) has been extended to 29 August, after the process was interrupted by a legal challenge from Banks Renewables, which argues that the allocation r
Ofgem’s inquiry into the blackout on 9 August will include all six distribution network operators (DNOs) as well as RWE and Orsted, operators of the two large plants involved (Little Barford and Hornsea, respectively) and National Grid’s system op
Jess Britton, Basia Cieszewska and Julie Smith argue that energy academia and the energy industry can and must share their experience on improving diversity. The result will be more innovation
Once again, energy efficiency is the top of everyone’s wish list, and the last to be delivered.
Myles Mantle looks at some of the technical, logistical, financial and political challenges involved in the delivery of hydrogen fuel projects, in particular those in the UK.
Distribution-level gas plants are used on industrial sites and in groups of domestic properties to provide heat and power direct to users.