The risk of Renewable Obligation (RO) mutualisation has grown, as the supply market continues to be challenging.
National Grid looks to increase offshore wind potential through cooperation with Dutch operator TenneT
National Grid Ventures and Dutch transmission system operator TenneT have signed a cooperation agreement to link Dutch and British offshore wind farms to the energy systems of both countries.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution has called for new renewable generation and storage connection applications to be added to its smart grid on Orkney.
National Grid ESO has introduced a new interface for the Balancing Mechanism (BM) in a bid to make it simpler for smaller participants to join.
The Green Finance Institute has launched a Zero Carbon Heating Taskforce, to develop a portfolio of financial solutions to unlock investment in the sector.
“Careful planning” and monitoring of financials is helping People’s Energy to thrive in the turbulent supply market.
Over one million smart meters have been installed so far in Great Britain this year according to data from ElectraLink.
Hitachi has pulled out of the troubled Wylfa Newydd nuclear project in Wales, citing the changed investment environment caused by COVID-19.
BP has announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft, with the two set to collaborate on further digital transformation in energy systems.