Government lacks data on wrongly informed heat network customers for energy bill support

The Department for Energy Security and Net Zero admits to having no figures on the number of heat network customers who were wrongly informed about their eligibility for energy bill support

Scotland’s AI project aims to boost hydrogen production

The project will use explainable AI to overcome hydrogen production challenges

Commons committee holds Bulb Energy session on Ofgem price cap announcement day

The session on Bulb Energy will feature witnesses including Ofgem boss Jonathan Brearley and Octopus Energy Chief Financial Officer Stuart Jackson

SSE to transform power station into pumped storage

SSE Renewables plans to convert the Sloy hydro power station into a pumped storage facility

UK braces for blackouts amid power cable concerns

Experts have warned that attack on undersea power cables could cause widespread economic losses, isolation of communities and potential civil unrest

Europe avoids energy crisis but still ‘not out of the woods,’ says IEA chief

Europe’s energy challenges are not yet over, warns Fatih Birol

UK wind farms forced to power down, resulting in millions lost

The First Minister has written a letter to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, urging for increased support for long duration energy storage technologies

‘Nearly 6.5m households will still struggle despite new energy price cap’

Energy bills in the UK will continue to hover at nearly double the level of October 2021, resulting in 6.5 million households in fuel poverty despite a new price cap

TotalEnergies secures permits for 48 solar plants

The 48 solar plants are predicted to produce approximately 6,000GWh of energy per year, meeting the electricity needs of nearly four million people

UK heat pump noise: Will concerns shake government’s ambitions?

The government has launched a review of heat pumps over noise fears