Despite being faced with growing pressure to reduce the profits earned by network companies, Ofgem has softened changes in its ‘RIIO’ price control that try to reduce returns, in part by tying costs more closely to indexes so the companies carry l
It would take two years to revive the Horizon nuclear project at Wylfa Newydd, and a ‘regulated asset base’ model would not fully provide a framework to allow for investment.
Great Britain could struggle to maintain its trajectory on reducing carbon emissions in the power sector in the next decade, because major low carbon generation sources are reaching the end of their expected life and some could be retired earlier
Pumped storage is back in style.
Janet Wood spoke to an entrepreneur who is translating a relationship with farmers in Scotland into ambitious plans to help meet the GB energy market’s desperate need for storage.
LCP’s Kyle Martin takes a look at some of the implications of the Climate Change Committee report for the power sector
In this issue we look at the possibilities of artificial intelligence in power trading.
Offshore wind is expected to be the big winner in this year’s Contracts for Difference allocation round, with 6GW up for grabs. Janet Wood looks at how the CfD process has worked for wind.
Ravi Mahendra is an analyst at Pöyry Management Consulting. He summarises the progress of artificial intelligence in the energy sector
Gas network company Cadent’s failings over keeping records of the buildings where it delivers gas were so poor as to threaten its fundamental duties under Section 9 of the 1986 Gas Act, Ofgem said.