Wind generation toppled several records in Q1 2018, contributing towards a record high of 25TWh of renewable generation.
Transmission system demand is forecast to dip to new lows this summer, but National Grid has once again insisted it has the tools necessary to manage.
Trina Solar, one of the world’s largest solar panel manufacturers, is to start selling electricity under the banner of a new energy Internet of Things push.
A new record for wind generation was set in the UK last weekend against the backdrop of an increasingly competitive subsidy-free race in Europe.
SmartestEnergy has handed Origami Energy a technology contract to manage its clients’ energy assets and consumption.
Brexit is likely to have significantly detrimental impacts to the UK’s energy supply chain, a member of the House of Lords’ EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee has warned.
Battery storage and demand-side response have continued to play a crucial role in the UK’s power mix, together landing more than 500MW of contracts in the most recent T-1 Capacity Market auction.
Small modular nuclear reactors (SMRs) will be a crucial technology in the UK’s bid to decarbonise its power supply, a new report has concluded.
National Grid has hit out at Ofgem’s proposals on grid works required for Hinkley Point C, warning they could harm investment in UK energy infrastructure.
Scottish and Southern Electricity has issued a detailed response to Dieter Helm’s Cost of Energy review, picking fault with what it considers key oversights and a lack of accompanying evidence.
Greater power margins and falling electricity demand sent peak market prices tumbling, according to energy monitoring firm EnAppSys.
The UK government has today set the date and terms for its phase out of unabated coal generation on the country’s electricity grid.
The UK’s clean energy generators continued to break records in the final throes of 2017 but the industry has issued warnings against complacency.
Follow the launch of the follow-up to its popular demand response product Dynamic Demand, Clean Energy News caught up with Open Energi technical director Michael Bironneu and commercial director David Hill to discuss the platform’s development, demand response’s role in the energy transition and how it will change in the future.
A large group of major multinational companies has urged European member states to support a renewable energy target of at least 35% by 2030.
Open Energi has launched its new Dynamic Demand 2.0 platform, capable of helping businesses shift demand by connecting an increased array of on-site equipment.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has launched a new call for evidence (CfE) over the cost of energy on the back of recommendations put forward in the Helm review.
The UK experienced the greenest summer ever according to National Grid, which has released figures showing that over half of the electricity generated over the period was from low carbon sources.
Offshore wind has defied all expectations within the government’s Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction, delivering 3.2GW of capacity at prices as low as £57.50/MWh.
Ecotricity has dramatically withdrawn its request to place founder Dale Vince and Electric Highway MD Simon Crowfoot on the board of its rival Good Energy just two weeks before the vote was due to take place.
UK power producer Drax has laid out its intention to repurpose its coal plants after increased depreciation of those assets caused the firm to incur a H1 loss.
Dong Energy has agreed to dispose of its oil and gas assets as it aims to complete a transition towards an entirely renewables future.
The global energy transition will not “play by the rules” and will be driven largely by disruptive consumers as they flock towards decentralised generation.