The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has called on companies to act “fairly”, as Moray East Offshore Wind farm moves to delay taking up its Contracts for Difference (CfD) support.
Scottish low-carbon technology company Innovatium has celebrated its liquid air energy storage (LAES) energy efficiency technology demonstrator going live at Aggregate Industries’ Cauldon Cement Works.
Following on from yesterday’s (7 April) energy security strategy, the government has launched a £375 million support package for nuclear, hydrogen and carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS).
A new fully independent system operator is being launched by the government, to help shape the future energy system and facilitate competition.
RheEnergise CEO Stephen Crosher explains how RheEnergise’s high-density pumped hydro solution could become a cornerstone of the energy storage market.
By the end of 2021, there were 27.8 million smart and advanced meters in homes and small businesses in Great Britain.
The Public Accounts Committee has said that the government has “no clear plan” for how the transition to net zero will be funded, nor a reliable estimate of what net zero will cost consumers, businesses or the government itself.
The T-4 Capacity Market auction has cleared at a record high of £30.59/kW/year, due largely to the decommissioning of old assets and higher capacity needs.
The UK government has unveiled nearly £7 million in funding to help “turbocharge” long duration storage.