The new episode of the Solar Media Podcast is now available, featuring discussion on the future of ultra-cheap renewables and worldwide power markets.
Over the last two years, research and development (R&D) spending in the utilities sector has fallen by 11% to the lowest level since the credit crunch.
Labour's renationalisation plans could cost the UK a colossal £196 billion, according to new research by CBI.
Ørsted remains on track to deliver what it’s described as “one of the most ambitious green transformations” in the energy sector after it reported steady growth in H1 2019.
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.
Liam Stoker delves into the recent spate of M&A as Big Oil and Gas firms snap up those at the forefront of the energy transition, while some are left pondering a “crisis of perception”.
Although problematic, the benefits of residential smart meters, coupled with connected appliances, are without question. But their application is triggering significant debate within the power sector surrounding data use and what protections consumers may need in the future.
Traditional utilities are struggling with the pace of the energy transition more than most and must adapt quicker, or risk being left behind.
The government will publish annual reports on the current and planned roll out of smart meters after the House of Lords expressed concern about a scheme which some Lords said was in “disarray”.