Energy UK has confirmed that Audrey Gallacher will be taking the reins at the trade body on an interim basis when Lawrence Slade steps down later this month.
Demand side response has witnessed strong growth in Capacity Market pre-qualification results for next year’s auctions, which have also recorded the first ever inclusion of a solar farm.
The Liberal Democrats party has unleashed its manifesto, targeting a 2045 net zero target and the removal of restrictions for wind and solar among a host of green policies.
Ofgem has withstood fierce criticism from the clean energy sector and will press ahead with controversial reforms to residual charges under the Targeted Charging Review.
The UK will need to reduce carbon intensity by 9.7% a year if it is to meet its Net Zero by 2050 goal, according to new research by PwC.
Earlier this year, at 4:52pm on Friday 9 August 2019, the UK suffered its first wide-scale blackout in more than a decade. More than 1.1 million consumers were plunged into the dark as rail lines screeched to a halt, traffic lights failed and even airports reported problems. Liam Stoker looks at the root causes, and how battery storage came to the rescue.
As Britain looks all but certain to return to the polls for the third time in just over four years, Liam Stoker looks at what chance net zero and the climate emergency has of cutting through Brexit and finding itself as a key issue for the electorate.
Ofgem is “ready to take tough action” on suppliers that fall short of smart meter goals, the regulator’s executive director of consumers and markets, Mary Starks, has said.