May has been a tough month for the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, hit by reports from three separate organisations that found severe failings in its delivery – not just of important support schemes such as the Renewable H
Irish grid operator EirGrid’s profits fell last year – down from €7.9 million to €3.4 million before tax – because of a three-month unplanned outage of the East-West Interconnector between the UK and Ireland.
BEIS has announced a “sector deal” for the artificial intelligence (AI) sector, hoping to make the UK a centre for technology startups and data-driven industries.
The government should provide more support for power-to-gas technology and use the gas grid for energy storage in the form of hydrogen, according to a report from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
Gas network company Cadent has announced ambitious plans to begin sourcing and using hydrogen as a replacement for natural gas.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan is set to launch a tender for a new energy company to supply Londoners.
Lord Teverson, chair of the European Union Energy and Environment Sub-Committee, has asked for urgent reassurance from the government that it will be able to take responsibility for the UK’s nuclear safeguards from 30 March next year when the UK i
Large energy projects in Northern Ireland (NI) have been caught up in the fallout from a Belfast High Court ruling that quashed permission for a major waste management project because the decision was taken by civil servants in the absence of a mi
E.On is preparing to launch its Sunroof collaboration with Google in Great Britain.
E.On will offer its customers a digital assessment of the PV potential of their homes, free of charge and personally tailored.
Drax has announced plans to pilot a bioenergy carbon capture and storage (BECCS) project. Unlike previous CCS projects Drax has been involved with, this is an early pilot for a new technology.