ScottishPower finished the first half of the financial year with slightly more customer accounts than the year before, despite incurring the largest number of complaints ever seen by an energy company in the last three months of 2014 (according to
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SSE saw customer accounts fall by 90,000 over the three months to 30 June, its first quarter, the company announced in a trading update.
Macquarie Capital and Macquarie’s Commodities and Financial Markets group have agreed to support financing MGT Power’s £650 million Teesside Renewable Energy Plant.
Electric vehicles will never provide regular grid storage services, according to Erik Fairbairn, chief executive of Pod Point, which supplies and runs electric vehicle charging points.
Paul Cuttill, deputy chairman of advanced waste to energy developer Drenl, talked Janet Wood through some of the ‘post-planning’ issues to be solved in bringing a project from drawing board to operation
The cost of offshore wind is falling more rapidly than expected and it will continue to do so throughout the 2020s, according to a report from consultants BVG Associates produced for Statkraft. It listed the reasons:
A new nuclear plant at NuGen’s Moorside site in Cumbria appears to have overtaken Wylfa Newydd, a planned replacement for the recently closed plant in Wales, potentially making Moorside the second nuclear plant to be built in the UK after Hinkley
The loss of load expectation (LOLE) in the coming winter would have been 8.9 hours/year – a margin of 1.2% – if National Grid had not procured backup supplies.
Energy-intensive industries are relying on a decarbonised electricity supply industry to deliver at least a quarter of their planned emissions reduction, according to roadmaps produced with the Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc) and th
Plans to close the Renewables Obligation (RO) to wind projects in April 2016 will save the bill payer “hundreds of millions of pounds”, said secretary of state Amber Rudd when she announced the closure in June.