New Power dips into the arguments over whether to invest in new gas stores
Janet Wood finds the smart meter rollout is still grappling with uncertainties
What is a platform, and what does it mean for energy suppliers? Robert Hull discusses the rise of the data specialists and asks whether their data trail will lead them into the energy sector
Carter Jonas has brought a 1-hectare leasehold site with secured grid connection for a 49.5MW battery development in Iver, Buckinghamshire, to market on behalf of a private landowner.
The Treasury wants to know how to encourage innovation in regulated utilities – electricity, gas, water and telecoms.
Simec Atlantis Energy has awarded a front-end engineering design contract to a consortium comprising engineering firm WSP and combustion system designers RJM, relating to conversion of its Uskmouth power plant to burn pellets derived from waste.
RWE has decided to freeze development of Tilbury Energy Centre.
The company had been planning a CCGT with a capacity of up to 2.5GW, a 100MW battery and 300MW of OCGT.
Plans for a new nuclear power plant at Wylfa in Anglesey, Wales, have taken a step forward – the new transmission line for the project has been accepted for examination by National Infrastructure Planning.
Toshiba has announced its intention to withdraw from the nuclear power plant construction project at Moorside in Cumbria, and wind up the NuGeneration Limited (NuGen) business.