SSE to sell its stake in Scotia Gas Networks for £1.2bn

Its 33.3% stake will be acquired by a Canadian consortium

Britain smashes record with grid flexibility up 45% on previous year

A total of 1.6GW has been contracted by national electricity distribution networks this year to date, freeing up this volume of capacity on the networks during peak periods of demand

The power is in our hands!

Lu Yin, Lead Researcher of the team behind a wearable device that can generate electricity even when a person is asleep or sitting still, spoke to ELN about the future of wireless charging technology

Could electric BMWs stabilise the grid?

EV batteries will become energy storage units to deliver electricity to the grid when needed in a pilot research project

Teesside to become home to the ‘UK’s first’ net zero power plant

The natural gas plant at Wilton International in Teesside will capture and store all its emissions under the North Sea

‘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

Sleeping fingers power electronics!

Engineers from the University of California San Diego have developed a sweat-fuelled device that generates power
even while the wearer is asleep or sitting still

Scotland’s Stirling launches green transport hub

The project will generate renewable energy to power onsite buildings, EV charging infrastructure and street lighting

GUEST BLOG: Tom Greatrex – A new nuclear age

Chief Executive of the Nuclear Industry Association, Tom Greatrex says nuclear station closures threaten jobs and climate goals without new investment

Energy link to heal Anglo German relations after EURO clash?

Boris Johnson and Angela Merkel shared their support for an electricity interconnector between the nations