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German power giants RWE and E.On confirmed they have reached a contractual agreement for their proposed major asset exchange, but a late expression of interest from Macquarie could yet scupper the deal.
Britain has set a new coal-free record after going over two days without generating from the fossil fuel, with a new record possible this week as low carbon generation took hold over the weekend.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has become the second distribution network operator (DNO) to task Open Utility with the development of an online energy flexibility trading tool.
BP has pledged to follow an energy transition strategy “resilient to a broad range” of scenarios, refusing to bow to pressure against its gas activity and holding up its acquisition of a stake in a solar developer as evidence of its low carbon activity.
Global utility majors continue to optimise for clean power sector as UK Enhanced Frequency Response (EFR) battery project nears completion.
Wind generation toppled several records in Q1 2018, contributing towards a record high of 25TWh of renewable generation.
Oil and gas giant Shell has revealed how it plans to adapt to the low carbon energy transition in the coming years, explaining how it intends to work backwards from the consumer while embracing renewables.
British Petroleum (BP) is to trial battery storage systems at one of its US wind farms as part of a pilot project designed to provide “valuable insights” for a possible wider deployment initiative.
In the first of a series of blog posts from NextEnergy Capital on what’s needed to herald in the low carbon energy transition, MD Abid Kazim examines the need for and benefits of a wholly new approach to carbon pricing.
Government data has revealed that the UK’s ever-expanding renewables fleet set a new generation record last year, providing more evidence – if any were needed – that the country’s energy transition is well underway.
Solar Media, the publisher of Clean Energy News, is delighted to introduce the Future Power Networks UK conference, a new launch event for 2018.
The UK’s domestic renewables and low carbon sectors need urgent clarity over Brexit-related issues if they are to continue to succeed, Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon has warned.
Liam Stoker talks to Andrew Scobie and Richard Dowling of the Faraday Grid to talk fixing a broken energy system, an internet-esque revolution at grid-level and what’s wrong with electric vehicles.
Good Energy is to pivot its core business towards energy services instead of supply, an area which it sees as the “future value” of the energy sector as the clean energy transition continues.
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.
A European consortium is to test the use of long duration storage flow machine technology with a large scale tidal energy project planned for the UK later this year.
German energy investor Aquila Capital has launched a new fund dedicated to investing in energy infrastructure assets deemed essential to Europe’s energy transition.
The realignment of RWE and E.On will place the two companies – and Germany as a whole – at the heart of Europe’s energy transition, their respective chief executive have said.
German energy giants E.On and RWE have reached an agreement on a major exchange of business activities, promising a significant shake-up of the duo’s energy interests.
Yesterday marked International Women's Day, an occasion the UK power sector marked with a special event featuring female speakers only. David Pratt was in attendance to learn what the future holds in store, both for the power sector and gender equality within it.
OVO Energy has launched a new campaign for its ‘power your life differently’ drive, featuring a Donald Trump-like figure trashing a solar farm with a golf club.
Engie has said it withstood the “impact of a vigorous strategic repositioning” last year, creating a cleaner, more profitable offering.
Researchers at Imperial College London have warned against the use of renewable energy models that fail to take into account the reliability of supply.
Vattenfall has announced plans to invest up to €100 million in developing solar plants over the next two years.
Two of the country’s Distribution Network Operators (DNOs) have said they are tackling the issue of so-called ‘grid grabbers’ through greater interventions in the country’s grid connection queues.
The government has confirmed that it will seek an exemption for green energy tariffs from its looming price cap.
Michael Phelan, chief executive at demand side response provider Endeco, looks at how technology innovation and, ultimately, consumer behaviour will drive the future shape of the energy market.
Centrica has blamed “weak” performance in 2017 and cuts to as many as 4,000 jobs on political and regulatory pressure, but backed its emerging strategy to succeed in the long-term.
The government has seemingly dropped its targets for the contribution of nuclear to the UK’s energy mix, with secretary of state Greg Clark stating there would be enough power if Hinkley Point C were not completed.