New wholesale electricity market data service launched

By Reza Nia, Head of Analysis & Insight, Elexon

‘Nearly half of Britons have cut electricity and gas use’

Almost 24 million people were cutting energy use in their homes between March and June, according to a report

Will the cut in Norwegian interconnector flows bring more energy misery to UK?

The lack of rain could make the Nordic country cut the amount of energy it sends to Britain

Energy demand peaked on UK’s hottest day

National Grid ESO report suggests on 19th July the UK saw a peak in energy demand

Floating offshore wind to power North Sea oil and gas field

A wind turbine will supply the energy needed for the operation of the oil and gas facility

Winter energy bill estimates break the £4,000 mark for first time

Households could see bills jump as high as £4,210 in January, new analysis finds

Ofgem chief advises against ‘don’t pay’ campaign

There are no easy answers in the market right now, Jonathan Brearley has said

Will neighbours be able to compare their energy usage to save on bills?

Government advisers have said sending energy comparison letters to neighbours could help people save money

Madrid won’t switch off amid European gas crisis

The regional leader of Madrid has said the city will keep the lights on at night defying Spanish Government restrictions

Europe’s largest nuclear power station is “out of control”, says UN nuclear chief

IAEA’s Director-General said every principle of nuclear safety has been violated at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant