In the UK’s first Green Gilt, £10 billion has been raised for projects like zero-emissions buses, offshore wind and schemes to decarbonise homes and buildings in this financial year.
The live availability status of GRIDSERVE Electric Highway charging locations is now visible on Zap-Map following a recently completed integration.
Ofgem has issued five energy suppliers with provisional orders to pay around £765,000 for the feed-in tariff (FiT) scheme.
The UK is lagging behind other European countries such as Finland, Norway and Sweden in making changes to increase the flexibility of the grid.
Elexon has expelled three more suppliers from the Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC).
Ofgem has appointed Centrica’s British Gas as the Supplier of Last Resort for collapsed utility People’s Energy.
Ofgem has revoked the electricity supply licence held by Nabuh Energy over unpaid debts.
The volatility in wholesale power prices due to exposure to global gas prices has demonstrated the need to diversify and decarbonise the UK’s domestic energy system.
SP Energy Networks (SPEN) has become the first company to successfully deploy a fully-functioning Universal Smart Energy Framework (USEF)-compliant flexibility market in GB.