UK Energy minister resigns

Graham Stuart has resigned from his Cabinet position, citing a desire to focus on local matters

SSE’s battery storage system fully operational

The company’s inaugural battery energy storage system project in Salisbury, Wiltshire, is now fully operational, boasting a 50MW/100MWh capacity

National Grid’s investment arm injects $17m into climate innovation

National Grid Partners has announced three investments totalling $17 million

Retail Energy Code Company cracks down on commercial energy theft

The Retail Energy Code Company is seeking case studies of commercial energy theft to raise awareness and provide support to combat the issue

RWE launches first US green bond

The energy giant has issued its first US dollar green bond, raising $2 billion with high investor demand

British Gas and Pod Point launch flexibility trial

The trial seeks to optimise EV charging, providing customers with more affordable energy choices, all while helping to balance the UK’s energy grid

UK businesses reduce energy usage

The average energy consumption by UK businesses has decreased by 4.6% compared to last year, according to a report

UK delays massive solar farm decision for fourth time

The UK Government has once again delayed the decision on the Sunnica Energy Farm, Europe’s potentially largest solar farm, until 20th June

UK renewable boom plunges electricity prices

UK wholesale electricity prices dropped sharply in the first quarter due to record-high renewable energy production, according to a report

£320m contract opportunities for North Scotland’s electricity network

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Distribution has announced £320m contract opportunities for large capital delivery projects in Scotland’s north