The UK Offshore Wind Industry Council (OWIC) has launched a review of the UK supply chain.
Tenaga Wind Ventures UK has refinanced its 80% interest in GVO Wind and Bluemerang Capital, two onshore wind companies acquired on 28 February.
Origami Energy, which has a technology platform that helps companies manage and offer flexibility in energy markets, has raised £18.6 million in new funding.
UK battery storage developer Eelpower has secured new financing of £20 million to develop storage sites. The company said it has sites already permitted and will add others to the pipeline.
Northumbrian water is sourcing all its power from Ørsted under a new green electricity deal that started on 1 April. It is one of the biggest contracts the water company has ever awarded.
Total has become a major power supplier in France and Belgium with the acquisition of Direct Energie, for which it paid €1.4 billion.
Ofgem has told small supplier Iresa that it is banned from taking on new customers, increasing existing customers’ direct debits, and asking them for one-off-payments, for up to three months until it resolves customer service issues.
Utilita has acquired 16,000 prepayment customers from small supplier Toto Energy.
Flowgroup is selling its energy supply business Flow Energy to Co-operative Energy for £9.25 million, saying planned price caps would make it less likely customers would switch supplier.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is to work with software company Open Utility to learn from and participate in its smart grid platform.