Tom Vernon had been developing wind and biomass projects for 11 years when he decided it was time for a change. That coincided with the end of a solar cycle.
“The existing [competition and markets] framework, in the years ahead, just won’t do. It has to be substantially improved”.
Solar PV is making the transition from a subsidised industry to one that runs subsidy-free. Janet Wood discussed the transformation – and some bumps on the road – with NextEnergy Solar Fund’s Mike Bonte-Friedheim
Limejump founder Erik Nygard discusses changes in the aggregation sector and the options opened up by the company’s acquisition by Shell a year ago
Operators of embedded generation will come under more scrutiny as a result of the blackout on 9 August, according to the outcome of an investigation by the Energy Emergencies Executive Committee (E3C).
Terre, the EU Internal Energy Market’s (IEM) reserve market platform, has gone live – although only, at this stage, within the Czech Republic.
What are the best ways to connect between different electricity grids? The changing mix of the electricity system and the advent of long-distance links sent grid companies back to HVDC technology.
Charlie Lightfoot (partner) and Rachael Cresswell (associate) in Jenner & Block’s International Arbitration Practice find that growing maturity in offshore wind is being matched by growing ambition on projects and cost reductions. Ho
The Low Carbon Contracts Company is the hub for payments in the Capacity Market and Contracts for Difference. Its new chair, Regina Finn, has been regulator and participant in utilities across several sectors.
Janet Wood spoke to K2 Management’s Gary Bills about how he sees the offshore wind industry, two decades in