Janet Wood discussed the uncertainties of operating in the UK power market with Iwan Hughes, head of policy and regulation strategy at VPI Immingham.
Four European energy groups have written to EU policymakers to warn that rules on Projects of Common Interest, in their current form, are not up to the clean energy transition.
Matthew Roderick says it is time to break into the ‘walled garden’ of energy consumption data
The tale of the Capacity Market is a salutary one for those who want to use government intervention to their benefit.
Bristol Energy has become the first energy supplier in the UK to trial selling ‘heat as a service’, offering households the chance to buy a tailored ‘Heat Plan’.
While government grapples with policy decisions about how to decarbonise heat in the UK, consumers, the housing sector and industry have been taking individual decisons on how to meet the needs.
The power industry deals in some less obvious commodities. Janet Wood took a look at how the evolving energy mix is stimulating supply chains
An occasional roundup of new developments that indicate the direction of travel of the power industry
Energy trade associations from the decentralised and decarbonised renewables sector have warned the government that Ofgem’s charging reforms are putting at risk a more flexible, low-carbon energy system.
From 1 April, the levels of the default tariff price cap will increase by £117 and pre-payment meter cap by £106 to reflect higher costs, Ofgem has announced.