Tidal energy company Nova Innovation has secured an extension of its seabed lease at the Shetland Tidal Array.
An 18-month, £900,000 joint industry project will explore using autonomous surface vessels – integrated with existing manned shipping operations – to support offshore windfarm operations and maintenance.
Crown Estate Scotland is seeking comments on new proposals to lease the seabed and encourage a new generation of offshore wind projects in Scottish waters.
Ofgem has opened an investigation into National Grid’s electricity transmission arm (NGET).
The devolved administration in Wales is proposing a raft of changes to the consenting regime for energy infrastructure projects, and has suggested that the existing Developments of National Significance (DNS) regime should be replaced.
The community energy sector has been hit hard by support scheme changes over the past two years, but its influence remains far greater than its size would suggest, says Emma Bridge.
Pivot Power has announced plans to build 45 transmission-connected batteries sized at 49MW to offer grid services and, ultimately, provide ultra-fast electric vehicle charging points.
Who are the gatekeepers for sustainable financing? The Stock Exchange places lots of power in the hands of stockholders to hold companies to account, according to Steve Waygood, chief responsible investment officer at Aviva.
“Was electricity market reform (EMR) a short-term intervention or a long-term strategic move?” That was the question from Steve Holliday, previously chief executive of National Grid and now, among his other responsibilities, president of the Insti
What is the next clean energy investment opportunity? That was the question posed in law firm TLT’s annual assessment of the market.