National Grid ESO has once again issued an Electricity Margin Notice (EMN), its second this week and fifth this winter.
Symbio Energy is being investigated by Ofgem over late Renewables Obligation and feed-in tariff (FiT) payments.
Great Britain’s tumultuous energy week has continued, with system tightness leading to West Burton B being called at £3,000/MWh yesterday (6 January).
Legal & General has made another investment into low carbon heat, with LGIM Real Assets providing debt finance to renewables funding scheme HeatRHIght.
Ecotricity has hailed a UK first, signing an agreement for geothermal power with Geothermal Engineering.
ScottishPower Renewables’ 1MW Cornwall battery energy storage system has exported electricity for the first time, marking a significant milestone for the company's pipeline.
Britain had its first coal-free Christmas, while wind set a new generation record on Boxing Day to round off a record-breaking year for green energy.
In a letter to energy minister Kwasi Kwarteng, Macquarie has confirmed that it has surpassed its £3 billion investment target.
Independent energy consultant Stephen Cirell offers his suggestions for the role of local authorities in the energy transition in 2021, for the thirteenth installment of Current± Predicts.