‘There is strong agreement across the energy sector on steps to go net zero’

The Energy Networks Association notes there is strong support to build closer coordination between Distribution System Operators and the Electricity System Operator

‘Radical reform of energy market needed to protect customers’

That’s according to Citizens Advice, which says the government and Ofgem must work together to ensure all energy customers can benefit from new technologies and business models entering the market

New York awards 1.7GW of offshore wind contracts

They are expected to help create more than 1,600 new jobs

Infrastructure fund buys Yorkshire Hydropower in £4.3m deal

JLEN’s latest acquisition includes two hydropower projects and a battery storage system

Millions of households ‘to see prices rise by up to £439 as fixed deals end’

Price comparison service uSwitch says customers will be automatically rolled onto more expensive tariffs once contracts end in in July, August and September

Saudi Arabian firm to invest £1bn in UK energy recovery projects

The projects are expected to divert more than a million tons of waste from landfill

Norway pledges additional £8.4m for UN Environment

Norway has earmarked funds to support efforts to combat marine pollution

Electric vehicle models in Europe to triple by 2021

Car manufacturers in the EU are expected to offer 214 electric models over the next three years

New trial offers financial incentives for smart EV charging

Up to 1,000 members of the public who own EVs and charge it at their homes will take part in the pilot project

More than half of UK public ‘don’t trust energy suppliers’

That’s according to the latest BEIS Public Attitude Tracker, which is now on its 30th wave of finding out what the UK public think about a variety of energy issues