Who are the gatekeepers for sustainable financing? The Stock Exchange places lots of power in the hands of stockholders to hold companies to account, according to Steve Waygood, chief responsible investment officer at Aviva.
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“Was electricity market reform (EMR) a short-term intervention or a long-term strategic move?” That was the question from Steve Holliday, previously chief executive of National Grid and now, among his other responsibilities, president of the Insti
What is the next clean energy investment opportunity? That was the question posed in law firm TLT’s annual assessment of the market.
It looks likely the UK does not need a “bridge” of new large (above 450MW) gas-fired power plant to transition to clean power generation, but can replace closing coal plant with smaller plant and other sources, according to low-carbon campaigner S
UK “yieldcos” offer better returns and lower volatility than their counterparts in the US and Canada, according to research by Imperial College Business School Centre for Climate and Finance.
Ofgem has told energy suppliers that it will “accept any request a supplier makes with regards to submitting a revised rollout plan” for smart meters – provided a new plan is submitted on 31 January 2019.
Ofgem administrators paid to run the botched Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme in Northern Ireland failed to flag up potentially exploitative usage to officials at DETI, despite sharing such intelligence with civil servants running the similar
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) faced a barrage of criticism from watchdogs in late May as three respected bodies took aim at its management of financial instruments.
Windfarms have been changing hands as they are increasingly seen as stable, predictable investments. Which companies are selling and which are buying? Sian Crampsie reports on the consolidation.
Janet Wood investigates progress towards distribution system operators