UK Power Networks (UKPN) will seek over 34MW of flexibility services across its network to be available in January 2018 in the first open tender of its type to be held by a distribution network operator (DNO).
The Energy Networks Association has launched a new consultation seeking views on modernising flexibility markets which it says are “no longer fit for purpose”.
Ireland’s state owned electricity company ESB is preparing to enter the bustling GB energy supply sector later this year.
Clean energy supplier Bulb said it had registered its 100,000th customer earlier this week, claiming an exodus from the ‘Big Six’ had helped it reach that landmark.
Foresight Solar Fund, one of the UK’s largest owners of utility-scale solar assets, has detailed how changes to the way embedded benefits are calculated will impact its top line.
Sadiq Khan is to issue a tender for the delivery of an energy supply company in London, suggesting concerns that the London mayor was preparing to row back on a manifesto pledge to create a publicly owned energy company were well-founded.
With the Solar Power Portal Awards 2017 is now just a matter of weeks away, we take a closer look at the Energy Efficiency and Corporate Social Responsibility Programme shortlist.
National Grid has today moved to dispel various misconceptions over its projections for extra power demand triggered by an electric vehicle revolution in the UK.
Soaring generation from the UK’s solar assets sent UK power demand to a new low last month, according to data compiled by monitoring firm EnAppSys.
Enel has said it wants to bring forward an “unparalleled suite” of energy services after yesterday completing its purchase of US-based Enernoc.
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Our local authority expert Stephen Cirell follows on from news that Sadiq Khan might be rowing back on his Energy for Londoners vision, and suggests an alternative direction of travel for the capital’s mayor.
Shell has become the latest global energy giant to set its sights on the UK’s commercial power market.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has commissioned an independent review into the whole system costs of energy in the UK.
Ofgem has kicked off its review process to reform residual charging for both demand and generation across transmission and distribution networks with the launch of a significant code review (SCR).
National Grid must create a legally separate company to conduct its system operator (SO) duties and have it running by April 2019, Ofgem has said.
Energy regulation Ofgem has outlined how it intends to enact a more “holistic” approach to future regulation of the UK’s energy market.