EU updates rules to decarbonise gas markets and promote hydrogen

MEPs have secured the possibility for member states to restrict imports of gas from Russia and Belarus, both via pipelines or LNG

Urenco and Energoatom sign long term contract

Energoatom, Ukraine’s state-owned nuclear operator and UK-based Urenco have inked a contract for the supply of enriched uranium

“Net zero is not an obligation to be managed but an opportunity to be seized”

Shadow Secretary of State for Climate Change and Net Zero, Ed Miliband said that tackling climate change will improve cost of living crisis at Energy UK conference

Rolls-Royce warns UK falling behind in mini nuclear reactor race

Rolls-Royce has cautioned that the UK risks lagging behind in the global competition for mini nuclear reactors

Grant Shapps pledges greater UK energy independence

The Energy Security and Net Zero Secretary has met US Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm

REA hails the Labour energy plan

The UK’s largest renewable energy body has welcomed Keir Starmer’s commitment to backing green investment

UK confirms the first state backing of a nuclear project in over 30 years

The government will become a 50% shareholder in Sizewell C’s development

National Grid not fit for purpose, says Octopus boss

Greg Jackson has said grid connections can take a very long time to be approved compared to the development of renewable energy projects

European renewable PPA prices up 51% in third quarter

Solar PPA prices rose almost twice as much as wind prices, new report suggests

EU countries advocating for price cap on gas imports

The measure should be applied to all wholesale natural gas transaction, officials have proposed