Despite disruption caused by COVID-19, the Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction will go ahead unchanged.
Over the last two years, research and development (R&D) spending in the utilities sector has fallen by 11% to the lowest level since the credit crunch.
Last year saw renewables records broken across the board as renewables produced nearly 37% of the UK’s power, according to new data released by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is aiming to have the long-awaited energy white paper out in spring, it confirmed today.
UK suppliers along with the government have agreed on emergency measures to help protect consumers and ensure their power stays on throughout the current pandemic.
The speed of the smart meter rollout continues to fluctuate as installs surge compared to Q4 2018 but fall year-on-year.
Green jobs in the UK could surge by 85% over the next decade if supported by the right governmental policy, according to a new report from the Renewable Energy Association (REA).
Hitting net zero by 2050 will require more wind power than was originally envisioned by the government, according to the Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
Full CfD proposals include prospective changes to technology pots, negative pricing and energy storage
The formal consultation document on changes to the Contracts for Difference scheme includes a potential revision of technology pots, an extension of the negative pricing rule and a relaxation of energy storage metering requirements.