The Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) has begun procuring a system to track nuclear materials in the UK and ensure they are not diverted from civilian uses.
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The Irish government has published a new National Planning Framework and a National Development Plan that commits the administration to support for the North-South Interconnector, a possible power link with France and grid strengthening in parts o
Owners of Renewable Heat Incentive scheme (RHI) boilers in Northern Ireland have lodged an appeal against a High Court decision that left them on reduced tariffs.
National Infrastructure Planning has kicked off work on Milbrook Power’s planned CCGT.
Chris Stark is to become chief executive of the Committee on Climate Change (CCC). He was director of energy and climate change in the Scottish Government.
Having data and control over energy assets is better than ownership, says Origami Energy chief executive Peter Bance, because you can chase value.
Jonathan Chapman and Jeff Casey are heading Burns & McDonnell’s expansion into the UK market. They told Janet Wood why now is a good time to launch
Janet Wood looks at how coal will be driven out of the power market
The UK’s is not the only electricity market creaking under the need to accommodate much more low-carbon generation. Janet Wood picked some points of discussion on its future
Nodal pricing is not on the agenda in the UK at the moment – but it is in the air. Janet Wood found out why, and took a look at how it works