As Current± launches its Predicts series for 2022, we take a look back at how last years suggested fared.
National Grid Electricity Transmission and Scottish Power Transmission have agreed to pay £158 million as part of a redress package following delays to the Western Link project.
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has slammed the Green Homes Grant (GHG) Scheme, as it “underperformed badly”.
Around 20 energy storage systems (ESSs) are to be deployed at service stations where the grid supply isn’t enough for rapid charging infrastructure, the government has said.
Despite a last-minute watering down due to Chinese and Indian protests, COP26 still closed with commitments to phase down coal and rapidly deploy renewable energy generators.
Ofgem is to consult on the energy price cap, as suppliers continue to falter amidst record high power prices.
All new homes and buildings such as workplaces and supermarkets will be required to install electric vehicle (EV) chargers from next year, the government has today (22 November) announced.
Neon Reef Limited and Social Energy Supply Ltd have become the latest suppliers to collapse, leaving around 30,000 and 5,500 domestic customers respectively.
Scottish Renewables is calling on the government and Ofgem to reform what it said are “volatile and unpredictable” charges that penalise Scottish renewable projects.