‘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

Tony Abbott brands wind turbines ‘dark satanic mills of the modern era’

The former Prime Minister of Australia noted he was comforted to hear plans to keep existing coal power stations in operation

New York awards 1.7GW of offshore wind contracts

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

South Western Railway to host trackside solar pilot project

The scheme aims to find a way to channel power directly from panels into the rail network

Smarter and more flexible energy system ‘could save UK up to £40bn’

That’s according to Ofgem and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, which have written a joint letter to the Energy Networks Association regarding its Open Networks Project

New solar portfolio ‘to cut Poland’s carbon footprint by 306,000 tonnes’

Sun Investment Group says it plans to deploy 600MW of new solar capacity across the country

EV charging ‘can boost grid flexibility without impacting drivers’

A three-year trial from DriveElectric shows smart charging can be used to manage charging away from periods of peak electricity demand

Cyberattacks on London’s power grid ‘could cost £111m a day’

A new report suggests a cyberattack on the capital city’s electricity networks would be likely to disrupt more than 1.5 million people

‘Renewables essential to decarbonisation – but other clean tech will also be needed’

First Light Fusion suggests nuclear fusion is the perfect technology to fill the projected gap between supply and demand in the future