Ireland-UK interconnector awards EPC contracts

Siemens Energy and Sumitomo Electric have been chosen to supply HVDC technology for the power link

Kwasi Kwarteng: “Security of energy supply is not a cause for immediate concern”

The Business and Energy Secretary met energy bosses to discuss the impact of global gas price rises

GUEST BLOG: Tom Greatrex – A new nuclear age

Chief Executive of the Nuclear Industry Association, Tom Greatrex says nuclear station closures threaten jobs and climate goals without new investment

Greece’s €166.7m public support for LNG terminal granted EU approval

The Greek authorities confirmed the LNG terminal would be apt to use for hydrogen and believe the project would contribute to a cleaner mix through increased use of gas instead of coal

Britain’s grid under extreme weather stress?

Low winds could put Britain’s energy security at great risk, Imperial researchers warn

New consortium formed to address energy security and climate crisis

The Resilient Infrastructure + Secure Energy (RISE) Consortium aims to reimagine how energy is used, generated, transported and stored and how efficient, modern and resilient infrastructure can be built

India and IEA deepen partnership on energy security and clean energy

India’s demand for energy is set to grow rapidly in the coming decades, with electricity use set to increase particularly fast

Underwater cable being laid
Undersea electricity cable linking Western Australia and Tasmania secures AUD$93m grant

A 1,500MW undersea electricity cable will connect Burnie in North West Tasmania and the Latrobe Valley in Victoria

Smart grids ‘can enhance energy security during pandemic’

GlobalData expects smart grids to ensure continuous power supply to critical infrastructure, amid the Covid-19 crisis

Energy after Brexit – will energy security be affected?

Predictions of gloom and doom in the event of a no deal Brexit are not hard to find at the moment. So should energy consumers be concerned?