Low carbon energy stalled in 2019 with just 1TWh of generation added, according to new analysis by Carbon Brief.
Coal’s contribution to UK electricity generation fell to historic lows in the second quarter of this year, official government statistics have shown.
Liam Stoker reflects on yesterday’s news that EDF is now more likely to be late and cost up to £2.9 billion more than previously thought, and draws parallels with another hugely costly project that’s now months late in the delivery.
EDF’s Hinkley Point C nuclear project is at greater risk of running 15 months behind schedule and could cost the firm up to £2.9 billion more than previously estimated, the French power giant has confirmed.
The low carbon and renewables economy posted strong growth in 2017, but onshore wind and solar PV continued to be beset by a retraction of government support.
Low Carbon has gained provisional approval for a large scale battery energy storage project in Northern Ireland, with planning documents suggesting that three more could be on the horizon in the emerging market.
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) has set out its strategy for how innovation can be used to future proof the UK’s electricity networks in the wake of rapidly emerging trends in the country’s energy system.
Government data has revealed that the UK’s ever-expanding renewables fleet set a new generation record last year, providing more evidence – if any were needed – that the country’s energy transition is well underway.
VLC Energy has become the latest firm to finish its Enhanced Frequency Response (EFR) battery projects following the completion of two projects totalling 50MW.