UK Power Networks launches the DSO

How will it help consumers and what does it mean for the grid?

UK and Norway forge partnership to counter undersea threats

The UK and Norway will work together to protect critical energy infrastructure

Ofgem boss: Polite queueing no match for fossil fuel exit

Jonathan Brearley has slammed energy projects for blocking low carbon schemes

Government backs clean heat projects with £91m

This includes a geothermal project in Cornwall, set to power 4,000 homes

‘Green projects that could power 150m homes face huge delays’

This is because the grid is not ready to connect them, new research suggests

Russian hackers target UK’s energy supplies, warns Cabinet Office minister

Russian-aligned hackers are targeting the UK’s critical infrastructure with the intention to “disrupt or destroy” it, according to a Cabinet Office minister

Digging deeper: UK unveils digital map of underground cables

A digital map that promises to transform the management of buried infrastructure in the UK has been launched

Power Up Britain plan under fire: Infrastructure adviser reveals lingering doubts

National Infrastructure Commission Chairman Sir John Armitt has questioned whether the proposals are enough to drive change quickly

ULEZ cameras covered by bags and boxes in revenge attack!

Drivers in London have reportedly covered cameras used to enforce the Ultra Low Emission Zone in retaliation against the scheme

Denmark invites Nord Stream operator to salvage object near pipeline

The object found near the pipeline has been assessed as not posing an immediate safety risk, but the nature of the object needs clarification, according to the authorities