Probe launched into South West Water’s leakage data accuracy

Ofwat has initiated an enforcement investigation into South West Water, probing the reliability of reported leakage data

Scotland’s AI project aims to boost hydrogen production

The project will use explainable AI to overcome hydrogen production challenges

SSE to transform power station into pumped storage

SSE Renewables plans to convert the Sloy hydro power station into a pumped storage facility

‘Rooftops and car parks could energise more than half of UK’s energy goals’

Decarbonising the UK power grid can be achieved with significantly less land than previously anticipated, according to a new study

UK braces for blackouts amid power cable concerns

Experts have warned that attack on undersea power cables could cause widespread economic losses, isolation of communities and potential civil unrest

Defective pitch kit causes wind turbine collapse

Vattenfall’s investigation into the collapse of a wind turbine at the Eemmeerdijk wind farm has determined that a defective pitch kit was responsible for the incident

Investor rebellion looms as Shell faces backlash over net zero plans

Major pension funds reportedly express concerns over the energy giant’s alleged scaling back of net zero targets

East coast subsea electricity superhighway gets go-ahead

A 2GW subsea transmission cable is set to link Peterhead, Scotland, to Drax in Yorkshire

UK wind farms forced to power down, resulting in millions lost

The First Minister has written a letter to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, urging for increased support for long duration energy storage technologies

Cornwall Council responds: Lights left on lead to staff training

Cornwall Council has responded to reports over lights left on at one of its buildings by announcing staff training to ensure lights are switched off