Consumers are willing to pay more towards the low carbon energy transition, but only if energy companies and government accept their share of responsibility, new research has found.
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David Smith, chief executive of the Energy Networks Association, lays bare the significance and importance of the Flexibility Commitment that, he says, will underpin the creation of a cost-saving ‘Internet of Energy’ for UK households.
Renewables provided almost one-third of the UK’s total power output in Q3 2018, a record high for that period of the year, boosted by the summer’s heatwave and high wind speeds.
In the third of a series of predictions pieces running on Current±, Electron’s Joanna Hubbard and redT’s Ed Porter offer their predictions for the energy market in 2019.
Energy giant Shell has increased its global solar footprint with the acquisition of a 49% stake in Cleantech Solar, a Southeast Asia and India-focused pureplay solar company.
Liam Stoker talks to Lightsource BP’s Nick Boyle and Kareen Boutonnat as the company marks one year since BP took a 43% stake in the firm, a deal which has “strapped rocket boosters” to the solar developer.
Britain’s network operators have agreed to embrace flexibility providers when seeking solutions for grid issues under a landmark new ‘Flexibility Commitment’.
Regulators must bring about an entirely redesigned approach to the electricity market if it is to properly embrace and realise the potential of the energy evolution, a new report has concluded.
Equinor, the Norwegian state-owned energy giant formerly known as Statoil, has invested in a near 10% stake in compatriot solar firm Scatec.