Shell renewables boss steps down

Elisabeth Brinton said she has been offered an opportunity at a company that is not a competitor with Shell

Shell Energy appoints new CEO

Jodie Eaton had previously held positions at E.ON UK, npower and TXU Energy

New $150m youth-led UN energy solutions movement launched

The Student Energy Solutions Movement aims to train 50,000 youth workers, with a particular focus on reducing the energy skills gap in developing nations and deploy 10,000 clean energy projects by 2030

Choice Energy Framework has six appeal!

Energy Management LLP has launched its unique, six-pronged Choice Energy Framework (CEF), to help reduce Public Sector energy expenditure.

KiWi Power welcomes Jay Zoellner as new CEO

New CEO joins KiWi Power to lead global expansion of distributed energy tech business.

TESS 2019: What are some of the energy concerns?

The event attracted more than 300 people and showcased energy solutions big and small

The Energy Solutions Show is here!

Around 300 people will be part of the event at Millennium Point in Birmingham today

Green Investment Group offers pay-as-you-save distributed energy

A new service to help businesses and public sector organisations adopt distributed energy systems has been launched. Green Investment Group (GIG), formerly the Green Investment Bank, is offering Energy Solutions, a “pay-as-you-save” model which allows medium and large energy users to upgrade energy systems with no upfront costs. The bill will be covered under an […]

Centrica buys smart data and technology firm

Centrica has bought a smart data and technology solutions firm through its innovation unit. The acquisition of New Jersey’s Rokitt and the company’s proprietary Rokitt Astra technology is expected to strengthen Centrica’s innovative technology pipeline and existing data management capabilities. The Rokitt Astra software enables companies to extract meaningful information from large quantities of data through a unique set […]

Guest Blog: npower’s Wayne Mitchell on Solutions for Businesses

Providing the solutions that businesses need today (and tomorrow) Back in the dark ages, energy companies were monopolies that would provide energy to customers who often didn’t even know who was supplying them (unless you were the person in accounts who happened to pay the bill). The energy suppliers wouldn’t know very much about their […]