Office for Nuclear Regulation greenlights restart of EDF’s reactors

The two reactors at Hunterston B on Scotland’s west coast were taken offline in 2018 after cracks were found in the cores of both of them

French trains to get on solar tracks with EDF’s PV plant

A 20-year PPA was signed between EDF Renewables and SNCF Energie

EDF sells its only gas-fired power station in the UK to investor EIG

The British supplier sold its only gas-fired power station in the UK, West Burton B station in Nottinghamshire, for an undisclosed sum

EDF’s new solar PV plant at French airport ready for takeoff

The 60MW project is predicted to save around 700,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide during its lifetime

EDF to bid farewell to last coal plant in September 2022

The shutdown is scheduled two years ahead of the government’s deadline for coal-fired power

More suppliers to bump up energy bills

EDF dual-fuel customers will pay £1,138, an increase of £96

COVID-19, Brexit, LNG supply – EDF’s James Chaplin explains what’s affecting the UK Power Market this winter

As we entered this winter there were many uncertainties ahead, even more so than normal with weather, LNG supply, Brexit and COVID-19 at the forefront of the market. These uncertainties have certainly not disappointed with high volatility seen over the past few months.

EDF and British Gas Evolve appointed to take on failed suppliers’ customers

Customers of Green Network Energy and Simplicity Energy will be contacted about the switch over the coming days

EDF spins floating wind potential of Blyth offshore project

The project is set to be one of the first floating offshore wind farms in English waters

Environment Agency seeks views on new nuclear power station design

The Environment Agency has identified six ‘potential issues’ of the UK Hualong Pressurised Water Reactor