Great Britain is to derive more power from zero carbon sources than fossil fuels in 2019, the first time that would have occurred since the industrial revolution.
Global energy giant Iberdrola has confirmed its entry into the Irish market through the launch of a new energy supplier and €100 million of investments into renewables and battery storage.
Independent energy supplier Bulb has confirmed it is to launch into three new markets, marking its first international expansion.
On the back of a record-breaking stretch without coal-fired generation, Julian Leslie, head of national control at National Grid ESO, discusses how that feat was achieved at a system level, and how the ESO is preparing for zero-carbon power grid.
Oil and gas major Shell has outlined an overhaul of its company strategy as it bids to take advantage of worldwide electrification.
Tumbling demand and surging renewables sent the country’s wholesale power market into a tailspin over the bank holiday weekend. Liam Stoker suggests that, in terms of the clean energy transition, that may not be so bad after all.
The UK has now gone a fortnight without coal, underpinning what has been a landmark month for the country’s energy mix.
Domestic smart meter installations continued to falter in Q1 2019, rendering the government’s 2020 deadline ‘unfeasible’.
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.