New York secures $24m federal grant to strengthen power grid

New York has been awarded nearly $24 million in federal funding to enhance and modernise the state’s electric grid

US solar emerges as leading source of electricity

Solar is the fastest-growing and largest contributor to new generating capacity, outpacing other energy sources, according to a new report

Nissan to invest £2bn for EVs in Sunderland

Nissan plans a £2bn investment in its Sunderland plant for two new electric models and a third UK battery factory

Octopus expands in Coventry

The UK’s second-largest energy supplier is set to open a new office in Coventry

Texas officials warn of potential rolling blackouts

Texas authorities, facing potential strain on the power grid, contemplate using rolling blackouts this winter

‘Poorly insulated homes to incur £400 extra heating costs under new price cap’

Under Ofgem’s January price cap, poorly insulated homes face a £415 annual rise in gas bills, reaching a total increase of £730 when coupled with electricity costs, according to a report

Northern Ireland achieves ‘historic’ biomethane grid injection

The first direct-to-grid injection on the island of Ireland, occurred in Co. Tyrone within the Evolve network

UK stuck with a complete lack of energy policy, says INEOS Director

Chemical Industries Association President, Tom Crotty has highlighted that UK companies are paying five times more for energy than their US counterparts

‘OPEC+ considers extension of oil cuts’

Saudi Arabia is reportedly leaning toward extending its one million barrel per day oil production cut into the next year in response to declining oil prices

New York rushes offshore wind round 4 to save capacity

New York accelerates offshore wind and renewable energy projects with an expedited tender, aiming to meet ambitious renewable energy goals despite challenges