Xoserve’s Sian Baldwin explains to Janet Wood how she plans to remake the company so its programme management strengths serve customers – and how better technological practice across the industry can cut the risk of new IT projects and sav
Changes in governance are vital to keep the industry fit for purpose through major change. Janet Wood spoke to Simon Harrison about pan-industry work on that issue – and how it affects price reviews on the horizon
Mike Foster says it’s time to give gas storage a secure future
David Hart argues that nothing shows the sustainable energy sector’s evolution better than the shift in questions asked about it. The same questions are about to be asked in the fast-growing ‘cold economy’
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Ofgem’s response to its consultation on code reform highlights the uncertainty of obtaining legislation. However, improvements need not wait for licensing of code bodies.
The past weekend saw record-breaking temperatures in much of the UK. It’s great on a bank holiday weekend, but when everyone is back at school and work, the hot weather is not so benign.
Tax lawyer Eloise Walker from legal firm Pinsent Masons has warned that recent changes to the tax regime for land transactions may have implications for the sale of renewable energy companies.
Just a week after British Gas announced a price hike for customers on its standard variable tariff, Ofgem has announced that the price cap for three million households on prepayment meters will be reduced from 1 October.
RWE has agreed the sale of its Littlebrook site to property investor Tritax Big Box REIT plc. The transaction is expected to be completed during the course of 2017.
Ofgem has published a shortlist of companies that are bidding for the right to own and operate cables that link offshore wind farms at Galloper and the Walnet Extension to the onshore network.