€5m EU award to study offshore green hydrogen production

ITM Power, Ørsted, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, and Element Energy have been awarded €5 million in funding from The Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint...

Project to identify EV charging blackspots launched

UK Power Networks has launched a pilot project that will see it partner with local councils to identify EV charge point blackspots. Under its Charge...

SSEN Transmission calls for reform of “unfair and volatile” charging regime

SSEN Transmission has published a discussion paper calling for views on the current Transmission Network Use of System (TNUoS) charging regime, which results in...

Getting heat billing right

Fairly and accurately charging for heat has always been a problem to solve cheaply and easily when addressing the retrofit of existing properties. Ista’s...

Green light for 350MW mega solar farm in Kent, 700MWh storage to follow

Britain’s biggest solar PV farm to date, the 350MWp Cleve Hill project near Faversham, Kent, has been given the go ahead. The £450 million development...

SSE business energy slumps to loss as bad debt bites

SSE’s business energy division slumped to an £18.5m loss for the year to 31 March, down from £51.6m profit the prior year. Electricity sales to...

Drax faces threat of strike vote over redundancies

Drax is facing the prospect of a workforce vote for its first ever strike, over allegations of ‘bad faith’ surrounding more than 200 compulsory...

SEEIT enters rapid EV charging sector with £50m EVN deal, eyes £150m more

Listed energy efficiency fund SEEIT is set to take a significant stake in the EV charging market, agreeing to fund an initial 112 rapid...

Social Energy lands week-ahead FFR contract via domestic batteries

Social Energy has won a contact to provide firm frequency response (FFR) to National Grid ESO via its weekly auction using entirely domestic batteries. The...

Balancing services task force: Everyone should pay based on power consumption

All final demand customers should pay grid balancing charges that are based on a set £/MWh basis, according to the Balancing Services Charges Task...

Flexitricity first energy partner for Electric Nation V2G project

The Electric Nation Vehicle to Grid (V2G) trial, a project of Western Power Distribution (WPD) and CrowdCharge that will demonstrate how electric vehicles (EVs)...

Yü Group acquires gas supply book

Yü Group, supplier of gas, electricity and water to the UK businesses, has announced the acquisition of the business customer book of an undisclosed...

Port of Cromarty Firth agrees to partnership with global leader in floating offshore wind

Port of Cromarty Firth has signed a Letter of Intent with Ideol, a global leader in floating foundations for offshore wind, which could create...

UK household waste can pave way to a green bioLPG future

A new report released by Liquid Gas UK (LGUK), the trade association for the LPG industry in the UK, outlines how a green future...

Dorset Council to install 44 new EV chargepoints

Dorset Council is installing 44 new EV chargepoints at car parks around the county in partnership with Joju Charging. The 22kW chargepoints, using 100% renewable...

Utility Team are proud to announce that we will be net zero by 2025

Utility Team has announced that pledged to be carbon neutral by 2025 and will remove its historic carbon footprint by 2028. As an energy...

Enterprise adds 17 Toyota Mirai hydrogen cars to UK fleet

Enterprise Rent-A-Car has taken delivery of 17 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell electric cars for a pilot programme in which the company will examine...

Global energy majors lead pivot to geothermal solution

Canadian firm, Eavor Technologies has completed a USD$40 million funding round. These investments, and the partnerships formed around them, are critical to the commercialization...

Anesco goes Dutch with Shell solar deal

Anesco is to build two solar farms for Shell in the Netherlands, the firm's first contracts outside the UK. It will develop a 12MW scheme...

V2G benefits ‘much bigger than FFR and arbitrage’

Non-cash benefits from vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology look set to exceed revenues based solely on power aggregation and trading, automotive energy researchers Cenex believe. It claims...