Liam Stoker takes a look at recent rumours and stories surrounding the UK’s energy retail market, and what they might spell for both the Big Six and the market in general.
Scottish city working towards net-zero goal will be hosting UN climate talks in 2020 if UK bid is successful.
International utility Iberdrola has upgraded its net profit expectations for 2019 after multi-billion-euro investments in renewables and networks drove the company forward.
Global energy giant Iberdrola has taken a stake in Wallbox as part of the EV charging manufacturer’s €15 million (£13.2 million) fundraise.
ScottishPower’s plans to build a 50MW battery next to its Whitelee onshore wind farm have been rubber stamped by the Scottish government.
A host of the country’s largest energy firms have backed the UK’s bid to host next year’s COP climate conference and called on the government for further support.
With a large amount of renewable generation and a government committed to reaching net zero carbon emissions, Scotland is a country moving towards decarbonisation in leaps and bounds.
ScottishPower has revealed intentions to make Glasgow the UK’s first ‘Net Zero’ city in collaboration with Glasgow City Council.
Drax has said its ability to support the UK’s energy transition will become increasingly important as low carbon power soars, but the Capacity Market’s ongoing suspension looms large over the firm’s 2019.