Ofgem has rejected two proposals that would change the way the costs of so-called unidentified gas (UIG) are allocated to gas shippers, saying they do not address the root cause of the issue.
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National Grid may mount a legal challenge to Ofgem’s decision on how to finance and deliver a new transmission line needed to connect Hinkley Point C to the electricity network.
Will renewables enter the Capacity Market?
Sustainability First argues that network companies should have a specific incentive to promote low-carbon actions, internally and externally. Matthew Lockwood takes a look at the arguments
Speaking at the end of a House of Lords debate on energy and Brexit, Lord Teverson warned that the UK would not be ‘at the table’ on energy discussions after it leaves the EU.
The High Court has dismissed claims from distribution-connected generators that want to continue benefitting from Triad payments.
Two issues have arisen in the judgement.
The government has made the right decision on the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon. No matter how much we would like to have a world-first project, it’s hugely expensive and has very few of the attributes that we want from new technologies.
Offshore wind is a great success story for UK renewables. New Power considers how the next set of installations is progressing
The days are gone when the power industry’s principal objective was to meet peak demand. New challenges include fast ramping, congestion management and balancing a very different supply and demand portfolio.
Engineering company Offshore Marine Management (OMM) is urging MPs to consider the impact of Brexit on the future of the offshore renewables industry.