Whilst a mix of government and private funding is required to fuel transport decarbonisation, policymakers should be careful not to over-regulate.
Ofgem has published its Forward Work Programme for 2021/22, detailing five long-term strategic change programmes alongside new initiatives.
There have been 5,804 installations of green technology to date under the Green Homes Grant, with 906 of these being low carbon heating.
Ofgem looks to ban suppliers from ‘holding onto’ surplus customer credit balances past one year mark
Ofgem has outlined concerns over some suppliers potentially using surplus customer credit balances to fund "otherwise unsustainable business practices".
The new episode of the Solar Media Podcast, sponsored by Honeywell, is now available stream, as we take stock of the lessons renewables and power grids can learn from recent winter storms in Texas.
SSEN Transmission has revealed its plans to appeal various aspects of Ofgem’s RIIO-T2 price control settlement to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).
National Grid ESO has published its Frequency Risk and Control report, issuing four proposals in light of the 9 August 2019 blackout.
Government EV consultation welcomed as charging networks stress 'vital' need for interoperability leadership
The government’s consultation into public electric vehicle (EV) charging has been largely praised by EV charging networks, although thought must be given to costs and complexity.
The government is launching a new consultation on electric vehicle (EV) charging, focusing on improving the consumer experience through four key areas.