A regulatory overhaul, a level playing field for low carbon technologies and more ambition in decarbonised heat are among the key asks from Energy UK as it seeks to set a path for energy suppliers to deliver a low carbon revolution.
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.
Energy sector calls for 'comprehensive relationship' on energy trading and climate policy post-Brexit
Continued cooperation on energy trading and climate policy should be included in any final Brexit deal between the UK and the European Union, according to trade bodies from both sides of the channel.
A diverse range of businesses and trade associations have called for policy changes to incentivise the take-up of electric vehicles, rather than focus on the deployment of public EV chargers.
Brexit will put technological investment, Ireland’s single electricity market and Europe's low carbon transition itself at risk according to a group of heavyweight investors, trade associations and private businesses.
The government has confirmed plans to hold new Contracts for Difference (CfD) auctions for offshore and remote island wind projects, with the first to be held in May 2019.
Trade body Energy UK has launched a new project, dubbed the ‘Future of Energy’, as it seeks to map out how the energy transition is impacting generators, utilities and consumers.
Ofgem chief executive Dermot Nolan has warned traditional utilities that they could be made “redundant” in a future power market typified by change and new market entrants.