Great Britain’s electricity markets need wide-ranging reforms in order to sustain the country’s transition to renewable energy resources.
Edith Hancock Reporter, Solar Media
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The UK government has announced plans to increase spending on its Energy Company Obligation (ECO) to £1 billion per year from 2022-2026 with the aim of increasing energy efficiency for low income and vulnerable households.
More than 1.3GW of flexibility may be required across the UK’s electricity grid next year as the country accelerates the transition to renewable energy, according to new research.
Investment groups Friends Provident Foundation and Royal London Asset Management have called on utility companies to create public roadmaps for moving away from the use of fossil fuels.
Lockdown may have impacted smart meter installations during England’s second lockdown, according to data from Electralink.
Energy company E.On has launched a new service to help suppliers meet the UK government’s smart meter roll-out targets.
A group of council leaders have committed to push for more government funding for clean energy projects in their local authorities.
Nottinghamshire County Council has partnered with energy storage start-up Cheesecake Energy Ltd (CEL) to pilot EV charging points for a new fleet of electric buses.
Energy companies' smart meter installations have "rebounded" since the UK's first coronavirus lockdown despite restrictions waxing and waning across the country, new figures show.
O&G giant Shell has backed residential renewables platform GreenCom Network’s €12 million (£11 million) funding round through its investment arm, Shell Ventures.
Distribution network operator (DNO) Northern Powergrid calls for up to 19MW of flexibility to manage growth from low carbon energy providers.