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.
Statkraft has announced a 15-year partnership with independent power producer Statera Energy, which will see the latter bring 1GW of flexible generation assets to market.
Lauren Cook, analyst at Solar Media Market Research, explores the driving factors behind a storage boom that could see as much as 500MW of battery storage capacity deployed throughout 2019.
Coal continues to falter as SSE reveals plans to fully close Fiddler’s Ferry, its last remaining coal-fired power station.
The UK recorded its greenest ever winter in 2018/19, as mild conditions, high renewable output and system flexibility combined to send carbon intensity tumbling.
Swedish energy giant Vattenfall has issued a €500 million (£438 million) green bond - its first ever - offering investors the chance to “support the transformation of the energy system”.
The energy as a service model could be the way forward for the UK's supply market, but it relies heavily on data from smart meters, Shell's transition manager has said.
Stranded fossil fuel assets and the renewable momentum: Power sector responds to net zero legislation
Prime Minister Theresa May’s announcement that the government will indeed legislate for a net zero economy by 2050, albeit with certain caveats, has been lauded by the power sector.