Scottish Equity Partners (SEP) has sold its portfolio of onshore wind farms to Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PiP) for an enterprise value of £50 million.
AES Corporation has announced plans to exit the UK. EP UK Investments will acquire AES’s entire UK business – which is all in Northern Ireland – including all assets, systems and key management and staff.
The Scottish Government does not know how much it will recover of the more than £9 million in loans provided to failed supply company Our Power, it said in April in response to a Freedom of Information request.
A Capacity Market auction will be held on 11-12 June for delivery year 2019/20, BEIS announced in early April, and the deadline has now passed for prequalified companies to withdraw.
The “political will is there” to set a ‘net zero’ carbon emissions target.
The fundamental architecture of the energy industry is changing in a way that has not been seen since privatisation.
Members of the UK100 network of local authorities have pledged to convert to using 100% green energy by 2050. Janet Wood spoke to the network’s director, Polly Billington, about taking a local approach to energy
Ofgem should take a strategic approach to low-carbon in the methodology for network price controls, says Judith Ward
All Change (1)
In March, the industry said goodbye to the First Utility name. The company, which was acquired by Shell last year, has been rebranded as Shell Energy.
As partial renationalisation looms, decentralisation increases and the regulatory framework comes under scrutiny, New Power Report and Accent asked our Expert Group about the industry’s future