Energy regulator Ofgem has confirmed plans to close the ‘loophole’ surrounding green tariffs that would have exempted them from the looming price cap.
Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) has doubled down on its efforts to reduce its power’s carbon intensity, aiming to halve its emissions per kilowatt hour once again by 2030.
The UK and Canada have announced an £11 million challenge to explore opportunities presented by smart grids and storage.
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The government’s head of smart energy has admitted that Brexit is causing delays in the passage of primary legislation to define energy storage, which may not be achieved until 2022.
Germany’s innogy has joined the European Network for Cyber Security (ENCS) in a bid to expand its cyber know-how.
South Somerset District Council is to become the latest local authority to build a large scale energy storage system with plans for a 25MW battery.
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E.On and Google are to bring their Sunroof platform to British households in the coming weeks as the companies hope to replicate the success of the solar modelling tool in Germany, where it has been used by more than 10,000 customers.
Drax Group is to launch Europe’s first bioenergy carbon capture storage (BECCS) project, claiming that its success could bring ‘carbon negative’ power to North Yorkshire.
Limejump is seeking to take on 1GW of active battery capacity by 2022 after laying claim to managing one of the largest centrally controlled battery asset portfolios in the world at 130MW.