UK energy networks’ strong ambitions for 2022

Led by ENA, the networks are looking to work more collaboratively to improve flexibility and push for decarbonisation

UK’s gas grid ready for 20% hydrogen blend from next year

The 20% blend is forecast to reduce the UK’s carbon dioxide emissions, the equivalent of taking 2.5 million cars off roads

Kwasi Kwarteng: “Completely unacceptable that there are still homes off power”

The Business and Energy Secretary said it is ‘frustrating’ 3,900 are still without power in the North East

Customers worst hit by Storm Arwen to get paid more money by companies

Most affected customers could receive up to £140 a day for each day they’re off power, Ofgem confirmed

Storm Arwen battered one million homes and businesses

More than 65,000 homes and customers remained without power on Monday afternoon

‘Worst storm for power supplies in 15 years’ plunges thousands into darkness

Nearly 193,000 homes remained without power as of Sunday afternoon

Cows ‘could bring clean heat to 750,000 UK homes’

Almost 109 biomethane green gas production sites are currently connected to Britain’s gas grid, new report suggests

COP26 Live: ENA calls for wider collaboration for ‘seismic shift’ to zero emission vehicles

The industry body said more investment is needed to prepare the UK for the change within the next twenty years

UK regulator dismisses appeals against Ofgem’s RIIO-2 price control

CMA has found in favour of Ofgem on most grounds and it upheld the regulator’s decision to reduce the future returns to investors

ENA looks to collaborate more towards flexibility

It is aiming to deliver key actions from the government’s ‘Smart Systems and Flexibility Plan’, involving stakeholders more in the shaping process