SSE’s thermal generation fleet lost more than £22 million in the company’s last financial year, leading the utility to laud its networks and renewables business units.
Today marks exactly one year since we launched Current±, a publication we very much intended to both demystify and accelerate the clean energy transition. Liam Stoker reflects on the year just gone, and teases plans for next 12 months.
The UK could meet its looming fourth and fifth carbon budgets without the need for new nuclear, but only if renewables policy is urgently ramped up, Cornwall Insight has claimed.
Yet another power generation record fell in the UK yesterday afternoon, as the country’s solar fleet set a new generation record.
Property consultancy Knight Frank has handed utility Total Gas and Power a renewable power contract worth more than £75 million.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has been urged to throw the Treasury’s clout behind a transformation of energy and transport networks described as “once-in-a-generation”.
Ofgem’s Targeted Charging Review (TCR) could delay subsidy-free renewables by up to five years and scrub 6GW off their pipelines, new research has found.
Great Britain has completed a full week without coal generation, the first time it has done so since the Industrial Revolution in 1882.
Siemens is to spin off its gas and power (GP) division and combine it with the majority stake it owns in its renewables unit Siemens Gamesa to establish a “focused energy powerhouse”.