A global campaign calling for a "a resilient, zero carbon recovery" from the COVID-19 pandemic has seen nearly 1,000 businesses commit to a 2050 net zero, with plans to encourage more to follow.
Decarbonisation should be the focus of the COVID-19 recovery, a letter signed by over 200 business leaders has said.
Over the bank holiday weekend, the UK's electricity demand is set to drop to an all-time low of just 13.8GW while the cost of balancing soars.
The UK’s electricity system price spiked to £2,242/MWh last night (4 March 2020) following lower than expected wind generation during the evening peak.
Hundreds of thousands of workers will be needed to meet the UK’s goal of net zero by 2050, according to new research from National Grid.
Power companies are to be fined £10.5 million and an already planned review into the electricity system operator (ESO) accelerated following Ofgem’s investigation into the nationwide blackout on 9 August 2019.
National Grid has announced that for the first time, zero carbon power generation outstripped fossil fuels in Britain in 2019.
National Grid’s project to rewire London is set to move onto phase two, unveiling a contract with Hochtief-Murphy Joint Venture.
National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO) is launching a new, faster-acting frequency response mechanism to help manage the flow of energy around the grid.