Racist power cuts? Minorities in Texas more likely to have blackouts

Areas mostly inhabited by people of white background had an 11% chance of suffering an outage compared to a 47% chance in high minority share areas, according to a new report

The Industry Prepares for Ofgem’s TCR Changes

Non-domestic MPAN Line Loss Factors (LLFs) are changing to indicate new charging bands. Save hours of manual efforts to find new LLFs and charging bands for all your electricity MPANs by using a free tool by Enpaas

UK saw the ‘fifth largest’ fall in electricity sector carbon emissions since the start of lockdown

A new report estimates UK energy emissions fell to a total of 48.6 million tonnes of CO2, equivalent to the total annual emissions of nearly half a million Brits

Ofgem: National Grid ESO must pay £1.5m for ‘inaccurate’ electricity demand forecasts

Britain’s energy regulator said National Grid ESO failed to provide accurate forecasts for five months in 2017

Statkraft completes construction of its second Irish energy storage project

The 26MW project will provide the stability needed to ensure smooth integration of renewables in Ireland’s grid

UAE plugs in first nuclear power plant

The first unit of the nuclear plant has started producing the first megawatts

UK sees its ‘greenest ever’ grid during Easter bank holiday

Carbon intensity per unit of electricity consumed dropped to the lowest figure on record at 1pm on Easter Monday, National Grid Electricity System Operator said

‘UK nuclear has saved 2.3 billion tonnes of emissions since 1956’

The Nuclear Industry Association claims that over this time period, nuclear power has saved more emissions than any other energy source in British history

China generated more than half of the world’s coal-fired electricity

China was the only G20 country that saw a large increase in coal generation last year, a new report finds

UK’s CO2 emissions ‘fell by almost 11% last year’

The decrease in carbon dioxide emissions was driven by a fall in transport emissions last year