Shell New Energies has entered the UK’s utility-scale battery storage market, partnering with developer Anesco for a project in Norfolk.
Automotive giant Volkswagen has announced it is to launch a power supply division in a bid to take e-mobility into the “mainstream”.
Tempus Energy has launched a fresh attack over the government’s handling of the Capacity Market (CM), accusing it of “pretending” that the European Court of Justice’s judgement on the matter is less serious than it is.
The government has unveiled proposals to introduce a new ‘Smart Export Guarantee’ (SEG) for small-scale renewables, legislating for large suppliers to essentially purchase green power exported to the grid.
National Grid has outlined how renewables could participate in the Capacity Market, unveiling technology-specific de-rating factors that range from 1-15%.
Energy giant Vattenfall has landed a new contract to install electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the UK after landing a tender from Canterbury City Council.
Solar inverter manufacturer SolarEdge has made a major play for the burgeoning e-mobility market, acquiring Italian integrated EV firm SMRE.
A trio of green energy firms have been granted temporary derogations from the energy price cap, allowing them to charge above the determined limit on standard variable tariffs (SVTs).
In the fifth of a series of prediction pieces running on Current± in preparation of the year ahead, Energy UK chief Lawrence Slade predicts what the energy market has in store in 2019.