ENA launches new flexibility approach for distribution network operators

The new tool is designed to provide operators with wider flexibility options and transparency when networks face congestion

Gravity energy storage project lifts off in Edinburgh

The £1m demonstrator project will use underground shafts and massive weights to store energy

Energy switching plummets by almost a quarter in January

Figures suggest there were the fewest switches for January since 2018

Siemens Energy to cut 7,800 gas and power jobs to reduce costs

The cuts across various departments will happen by 2025

Lightsource bp ready for Spanish solar boom with acquisition of 1GW portfolio

The investment is considered to be the company’s largest European acquisition to date

IEA calls on G20 to accelerate clean energy transition

Accelerating the deployment of low carbon technologies could push the energy transition forward, according to the IEA and B20

Bristol City Council agrees to sale of Bristol Energy

It says the company has faced ‘unprecedented challenges’ since being established and notes selling the company could save money for the city

Changing regulation is vital to boost community energy

Expert says the government must make it easier to set up peer to peer networks in the community

COVID-19 dents energy supplier switching activity

Energy switching data published today from the Energy Market Data Hub (EMDH) reveals that it is likely the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted change of supplier (CoS) activity.

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Biskit Controls commences heating innovation trial at the ‘Living Lab’

The latest technology aims to enhance the performance of central water heaters, in a bid to lower bills and carbon emissions in the UK