Network charging reforms are on their way, because Ofgem considers existing arrangements to be “philosophically unfair”.
Working through the separation of the transmission system operator from the transmission network owner is proving to be an interesting process, revealing all kinds on information about the differences in working methods and mindsets between groups
Organisations and companies in the West Midlands have a deep reservoir of expertise and enthusiasm for clean energy. A new report argues allowing them to innovate will bring new products and business models to market
Local authorities can use green bonds to give local consumers the opportunity to fund clean energy projects. What are the legal issues?
Danny Jones explains to Janet Wood how getting the most out of temporary power supplies has provided control technologies for the EV rollout
Between 26 February and 3 March, the “Beast from the East” brought the coldest winter period to the UK since 2010, according to a summary by Imperial College for Drax’s Energy Insights publication.
A new auto-switching service has brought the number of such organisations to five.
EDF Energy, British Gas and Scottish Power have announced plans to raise prices for domestic customers. The news is likely to increase the flow of customers from major energy suppliers to mid-size and small companies.
What is holding up the rollout of corporate power purchase agreements (PPAs) for renewable energy projects in the UK?
The Environment Agency (EA) has stepped back from applying the Medium Combustion Plant Directive (MCPD) in a way that would prevent unabated generators performing Triad avoidance, The Energyst reports.