Manufacturers: Creating a Solid Business Case for Going Green

The manufacturing industry was lagging behind other industries in terms of sourcing renewable energy

Podcast: As energy prices have plunged, why is the relative calm at risk?

In this week’s Resonance energy market podcast episode, Jeremy Nicholson talks to Alfa’s Henry Homer about the relative calm we are experiencing, and why it is at risk as we head into the summer months

Vehicle to everything can be the answer to support the grid new GridBeyond paper says

Electric vehicles (EVs) are expanding at a fast pace in several of the world’s largest markets

‘UK’s largest’ green hydrogen facility planned for Humber

Meld Energy intends to invest £180 million in a new facility at Saltend, Humber

UAE and Egypt to build ‘Africa’s largest’ wind farm

Masdar, Infinity Power and Hassan Allam Utilities have secured a land agreement for 10GW mega wind project

Labour: Oil and gas will be part of the mix for decades to come

Sir Keir Starmer has affirmed his determination to prevent the oil and gas sector from mirroring the pitfalls of the coal mines

EU aims to put an end to windfall levy on renewables

The European Commission plans to end the windfall levy on renewable energy sources as emergency measures to stabilize energy markets are no longer deemed necessary

Wessex fined £300k for supplying undrinkable water

Residents in Newton Tony had previously complained about water’s taste and smell

Ofgem embraces statutory net zero duty

The new duty empowers Ofgem to protect the interests of consumers while supporting the transition to a low carbon and affordable energy system

EDF supports 15,000 small businesses hit by energy crisis

The energy supplier plans to offer lower-priced energy contracts to a number of SMEs