Net zero requires nuclear power, says IAEA

The International Atomic Energy Agency has emphasised the crucial role of nuclear power in achieving global net zero emissions

Metro mayors back Ofgem’s regional energy planning reform

Metro mayors representing almost a third of the UK’s population have endorsed Ofgem’s regional energy planning reform, aiming to streamline local planning and cut red tape

Ofgem launches investigation into energy supplier over data concerns

Ofgem has initiated an investigation into Tomato Energy, citing concerns regarding incomplete and delayed data provision under the Energy Price Guarantee

Solar industry applauds rooftop solar rule reform

Solar Energy UK has welcomed the government’s move to broaden permitted development rights for rooftop solar panels

Octopus completes purchase of Shell Energy

Octopus will initiate the migration process for 1.3 million customers

UK, US and UAE pledge millions for Climate Disaster Fund at COP28

The UK, US, and UAE have collectively pledged millions to a loss and damage fund for countries affected by climate disasters at COP28

British Gas customers to earn bill discounts for reducing energy usage today

Nearly 425,000 customers are encouraged to reduce usage during the DFS event and earn £5 per kWh saved

UK nuclear reactors support grid in cold weather

EDF’s additional investment in UK nuclear reactors, initially set to retire, has played a crucial role in maintaining the grid during the current cold spell, according to a report

Smart meters
Earn cash tomorrow – cut your power usage

The ESO will activate a Live Demand Flexibility Service event tomorrow evening, urging people to reduce energy usage between 4:30-6:00 pm

New UK planning rules to boost solar rollout and slash energy bills

The changes in permitted development rights aim to simplify the process, reducing delays and costs associated with planning applications