Uniper warns over output of coal-fired stations as river evaporates

Lower Rhine River levels mean that the company might need to cut output at a coal fire plant in Germany

Government and Ofgem consults on future ownership of Elexon

Two options are being proposed – the firm should be owned by a public corporation or a representative group of industry stakeholders

Link between electricity and gas prices cannot stay forever, says Kwasi Kwarteng

The Business Secretary has said the electricity price households are paying does not reflect the state of the UK’s energy mix

ESB to decommission 70-turbine wind farm

The company failed to secure a new consent for the project

China to triple electricity generation to achieve its climate goals, Shell says

Electricity is forecast to supply nearly 60% of the country’s total energy, according to a new report

EDF switches off 46-year-old nuclear power station

The French energy giant will now move into the defuelling phase of Hunterston B in North Ayrshire in Scotland

Council saves nearly half a million pounds by cutting energy consumption

Covid-19 restrictions helped Angus Council cut its energy-related carbon dioxide emissions by 9.4%

‘Global fossil fuel demand for power has peaked’

A new report further suggests that almost 63% of emerging markets have seen their fossil fuel demand for electricity peak or plateau

Who are the five biggest coal producers in the world?

This week, ELN’s Top 5 series looks at the five biggest coal producing countries in the world

US wind output hits new heights in December

EIA estimates that wind accounted for 9% of US electricity generation in 2020