In today’s episode, Liam Stoker looks at what the clean energy transition is doing to power grids in the Middle East, while Liam and Andy Colthorpe explore the Australian bush fires and the nation’s tricky relationship with coal, set against far more ambitious decarbonisation moves in Germany.
Pozitive Energy has signed a five year, exclusive trading agreement with Shell Energy Europe for both electricity and gas.
Today (15 January), OVO has completed its acquisition of supplier SSE’s GB household energy business.
Government ‘falling short’ on delivering renewable capacity following subsidy removals, says RenewableUK
RenewableUK has warned that the UK government’s current approach to onshore wind is “falling short”, as new statistics show continued drop in projects.
New research by the New Economics Foundation (NEF) has found that in the UK government could help avoid a recession by investing 2-3% of GDP in green projects, such as renewables.
Co-op Energy has launched the first tariff that uses entirely community sourced power, in order to support decentralisation efforts and local schemes it says.
London Power, a new renewable-only energy supplier, has been officially launched in the nation’s capital.
RenewableUK has announced that Isabel DiVanna will be taking over as executive director, as the organisation’s current deputy chief executive Maf Smith moves on.
Ofgem is consulting on issuing nine suppliers final orders, which could lead to revocation of their licenses, for not joining the Data Communications Company (DCC).