In a statement released today, energy regulator Ofgem has announced it is to review its work plans for 2020 in light of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
GridBeyond's head of market strategy Eamonn Bell talks through Ofgem's Targeted Charging Review, looking at everything, from what it means for the energy sector to who will be effected.
Government must enable more innovation for net zero, the Energy Systems Catapult (ESC) has concluded.
Full CfD proposals include prospective changes to technology pots, negative pricing and energy storage
The formal consultation document on changes to the Contracts for Difference scheme includes a potential revision of technology pots, an extension of the negative pricing rule and a relaxation of energy storage metering requirements.
Engineering firm Burns & McDonnell's business development director Jeff Casey calls for "more flexible, agile and adaptable" regulation and new pricing models in the upcoming White Paper, to facilitate the EV rollout.
Ofgem has refreshed its innovation sandbox, taking on industry feedback to evolve the service.
Flexibility – and the actions required by government, Ofgem and National Grid ESO – formed a clear part of the National Infrastructure Commission’s (NIC) annual report.
ICE phase-out consultation a ‘clear message’ but clarity and regulatory support needed says industry
The government’s consultation on the phase out of petrol and diesel vehicles has been launched, proposing an earlier date of 2035.
Alok Sharma is to take over as energy secretary and minister for COP26, after Andrea Leadsom was sacked this morning as part of a cabinet reshuffle.