Good Energy and Power for People have called on MPs to support the Local Electricity Bill, in an effort to spark a community energy revolution as part of new campaign.
There is still ‘little evidence’ that the UK government has confronted the enormous scale of reaching net zero, according to a new report by the Institute for Government.
Ofgem’s RIIO-2 Draft Determinations risk system reliability and will result in missing 2030 targets according to SSEN Transmission, with SPEN also wading in to brand the proposals “unacceptable”.
Costs to get the UK’s public electric vehicle (EV) network ready for the mass market could reach £16.7 billion by 2035 as drivers reject an earlier ICE ban.
First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon set out the country’s Programme for 2020-21 this week, including the announcement of £100 million for a Green Jobs Fund.
Ofgem has fined SSE £2.06 million for failing to publish, in a timely manner, information about the availability of its generation capacity.
Costs of deploying renewable electricity generators continue to fall as new government statistics show dramatic cost reductions for solar and wind out to 2040.
Elexon is consulting on proposed changes to the Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC) that would allow individual asset meters to be used for settlement purposes, widening the Balancing Mechanism (BM) once again.
A £20 million low carbon heat fund for social housing is being fast tracked by the Scottish government to kick-start installations.