"There is much that still needs to be resolved” surrounding the UK’s climate and energy policies following leaving the European Union.
In an open letter, Ofgem has approved the use of the Balancing Mechanism Reporting Service (BMRS) for Great Britain following Brexit.
Seven European energy giants have penned a letter calling for climate neutrality across the European Union by 2050.
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.
Flexibility providers with units as small as 1MW will be able to access the Balancing Mechanism (BM) by April next year under proposals published by National Grid which will also allow aggregators to play in the market.
Prominent politicians from across the political spectrum have warned against the UK’s departure from the Internal Energy Market (IEM) as part of Brexit, despite the country’s exit from the single market taking automatic continuation “off the table”.
Keele University is to become a living laboratory for emerging low carbon and smart energy technologies in what is thought to be the largest scheme of its type in Europe and North America.
A large group of major multinational companies has urged European member states to support a renewable energy target of at least 35% by 2030.
Any failure on the UK’s part to continue to co-operate with the European Union on energy and climate change post-Brexit would threaten to unnecessarily complicate the country’s carbon reduction plans.