The UK government should complete the decarbonisation of power as a priority towards achieving any net zero emissions target, a new report from the Aldersgate Group has concluded.
The policy and legislative gridlock created by Brexit is at risk of costing the UK a leading position in the global electric vehicle market, Peter Kyle MP has said.
National Grid’s Electricity System Operator (ESO) function will be able to operate a zero carbon power system by 2025.
Current± is delighted to announce the launch of the Current± Hub, the smart supply directory for the energy transition.
Instances of negative pricing in the Balancing Mechanism (BM) are here to stay and only set to become more prevalent over the next 15 years, forecasts from Cornwall Insight have suggested.
David Smith, chief executive at the Energy Networks Association, discusses the trade body’s recently published impact assessment on the Internet of Energy, and how its Open Networks Project has been laying the foundations for the country’s future smart grid.
The government has launched a major review of UK transport laws as it bids to capitalise on an “unprecedented” shift in low carbon, urban transport.
With Ofgem’s proposed cap on cost of capital under RIIO-T2 price controls, UK transmission network operators will be challenged to rethink how they deliver capital programmes. Burns & McDonnell’s Jeff Casey and Jonathan Chapman discuss how harnessing the expertise within the engineering-construction sector will be critical to their success.
The green economy has responded to chancellor Philip Hammond’s Spring Statement in lukewarm fashion, with feedback flitting between ‘genuine steps forward’ and ‘fiddling… while the planet burns’.