The fact that Extra Energy went into administration in the winter of 2016/17 did not appear to cause domestic consumers to lose confidence in new entrants to the energy market, according to recent figures.
Dear New Power
Mark Moriarty argues that the UK’s large role in the EU ETS means it will still have influence in the bloc’s climate policy
The government is developing an excellent industrial strategy around electric vehicles.
Talking about the future for gas plant, GE’s vice-president for Europe, Michael Rechsteiner, says: “The installed base has a very important role for decades to come.” It would take 50 years before renewables had reached the point where fossil was
Companies are preparing to bid in the upcoming capacity market auction with delivery in 2021/22.
Law firm CMS notes that “power contracts” simply means contracts related to the power sector.
Thoughts on the UK’s exit from the EU a year on from the referendum
It appears that plans to make governance and administration a “licenced” activity have run into the legislative logjam that follows from Brexit and a minority government.
Ofgem has revised its proposed timetable for changing the way all domestic and small business customers are charged for their electricity and asked for industry feedback.