The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has launched the fifth round of its Energy Entrepreneurs Fund, which will offer £9m in capital grants to support the development of innovative technologies in the areas of energy e
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The Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) has given an update on its Generic Design Assessments (GDAs) for two new reactors proposed for the UK.
Tesla has announced it will begin charging Tesla owners who charge their vehicles using its ‘Supercharger Network’.
Small supplier GB Energy Supply has ceased trading.
More than three-quarters (78%) of the over-65s have switched energy supplier at some point, making them some of the most active consumers in the energy market according to new research by the Energy Ombudsman.
Atlantis Tidal’s MeyGen project site in the Pentland Firth, Scotland, has successfully produced power for the first time. When fully completed, the project is set to be the world’s largest free-stream tidal power project.
Ofgem has agreed that three projects submitted in its interconnector ‘application window’, which closed on 31 October, are eligible for the ‘cap and floor’ regime.
Peers have been grappling with the implications of new powers for the Welsh government and assembly in relation to energy projects as part of the devolutionary Wales Bill currently under scrutiny by the upper chamber.