Ofgem should take a strategic approach to low-carbon in the methodology for network price controls, says Judith Ward
All Change (1)
In March, the industry said goodbye to the First Utility name. The company, which was acquired by Shell last year, has been rebranded as Shell Energy.
As partial renationalisation looms, decentralisation increases and the regulatory framework comes under scrutiny, New Power Report and Accent asked our Expert Group about the industry’s future
Cubico Sustainable Investments has completed the refinancing of 17 onshore wind and solar PV projects in the UK. The projects reached commercial operations in 2013-16 and are a mixture
Ovo has announced plans to unlock the flexibility of the UK’s 1.7 million homes with electric storage heaters in a partnership between its intelligent grid technology company Kaluza and Glen Dimplex Heating & Ventilation, which has a 90% share
Engie has acquired Tiko, a Swiss startup whose technology connects electrical equipment (water heaters, heat pumps, solar panels, batteries, electrical outlets etc) to a platform and makes them controllable.
The government should make clearer its criteria for agreeing ‘sector deals’ for industrial support and ensure they are set up with the support of the entire sector, MPs on the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee have warned,
SSE is to close a 485MW coal-fired generating unit, one of four at its Fiddler’s Ferry site near Warrington, Cheshire.
Fall-back access rules have been agreed for three electricity interconnectors linking the GB market with its continental neighbours. The rules will apply in the event of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit.