Interconnectors provide no additional security of supply above 9GW of interconnection, according to figures published in UKERC’s Security Assessment of Energy Futures, published in March (for more discussion of security issues see New Power’s inte
UK consumers benefit relatively little from the EU’s single Internal Energy Market (IEM), Professor Michael Pollitt told attendees at the Future of Utilities conference in March, and other macroeconomic issues surrounding Brexit would be “orders o
National Grid Gas (NGG) is facing an increasing challenge operating the gas network – and that challenge will grow significantly as the shift to renewables and decentralised generation continues because of the need for fast changes in gas supply t
The government should launch a Sovereign Green Bond of the order of €10 billion as part of a Green Capital Raising Plan to finance green investment that would not otherwise have happened.
Ofgem has “learned some valuable lessons” in the first RIIO-determined price control periods, it has admitted, as it opened a consultation on toughening up the regime for its next application from 2021.
The home is where much of the innovation in the energy industry has to take place, whether it is using new technologies or in convincing consumers to be more active energy users.
Entries for the Ashden Awards reveal the changing face of sustainable energy innovation. New Power spoke to Mike Pepler of Ashden
New Power spoke to code bodies Elexon, ElectraLink and Gemserv about applying the sandbox concept across the industry
How does a regulator get in touch with startups with radical new ideas? Janet Wood spoke to Ofgem’s Pamela Taylor about Innovation Link
Janet Wood speaks to Richard Molloy of industrial and electrical manufacturer Eaton about the opportunities presented by the storage market in the UK