Customers worst hit by Storm Arwen to get paid more money by companies

Most affected customers could receive up to £140 a day for each day they’re off power, Ofgem confirmed

Sinopec set to build ‘world’s largest’ solar-to-hydrogen plant

The Chinese company has set an aim of producing 500,000 tonnes of green hydrogen per year by 2025

PAC slams Green Homes Grant for dismal failure

It has revealed the scheme only upgraded 47,500 homes out of the 600,000 originally envisaged and calls for BEIS to ’acknowledge its failures’

Shell withdraws from Cambo oil field development

The company said that the economic case for investment in this project is “not strong enough”

Homes to be paid for the disruption caused by the storm Arwen

A compensation of £150 per household will be offered to those that were off power for more than 48 hours

Giant offshore wind tower manufacturing factory to be built in Port of Nigg

The 38,000-square metre factory is expected to start production in 2023

EDF and RWE sign 15-year PPA for 1.4GW offshore wind farm

The wind farm is set to be completed in 2026 and will become one of the largest single farms in the world

Government urged to ‘leverage low carbon heat investment to stop 10,000 deaths a year’

The ADE calls for VAT exemption for green technologies that could improve the energy efficiency and tackle fuel poverty

US in search of willing communities to host nuclear waste storage sites

Cities that could host nuclear waste storage facilities are invited to discover the benefits of such infrastructure

Household gas bills predicted to increase by £467

Domestic energy bills have already soared by £230 per customer, a fuel poverty charity has warned