Are wealthy countries less concerned about energy security and costs?

People in the UK are most concerned about being too dependent on energy imports and least about interruptions to supplies, says new research

US provides $9m for tribal energy infrastructure projects

They include the installation of solar arrays and wind turbines

Upgrading outdated energy tech ‘could heal NHS spend by £260m a year’

If just half of NHS trusts adopted distributed energy solutions, they are expected to save at least £130m a year

New tool to help businesses manage energy costs

It informs businesses if their equipment uses more energy than it should

AI tech to help water firm cut power costs by 10% a year

It will enable the continuous monitoring and management of electricity demand and generation across United Utilities’ sites

UK SMEs granted £8.8m to trial innovative smart meter tech

A total of nine competition winners across the hospitality, retail and education sectors will explore new approaches to cut energy costs

ELF 2018: Large firms focusing more on creating sales than cutting energy costs

Around 38% of the large energy end users find it hard to convince their leadership team to invest in new technologies

ELF 2018: Reducing energy costs biggest challenge for 38% of large power users

The event attracted large energy users with more than £2bn of energy spend

Ofgem commits to energy price cap by end of 2018

Legislation will have to be passed by Parliament this summer for the regulator to ensure the price cap is set this year

Views sought on Helm review to cut energy costs

The government is calling on businesses, consumer groups, academics and other stakeholders to give their views on reducing energy costs in the UK. The call for evidence on matters the government should take into account when considering cutting the cost of energy in the long term follows the independent review launched by Professor Dieter Helm […]