British Gas X more details revealed

With the new online supplier, British Gas aims to bring back customers from low-cost competitors

‘Net zero progress is not just a number – it will make a qualitative change’

That’s the suggestion from Alastair Martin, Founder and CSO of Flexitricity who spoke to ELN about the continued growth of renewables and how the net zero target can change the way people behave

Zeinegul Salimova

Meet the energy expert, Zeinegul Salimova

Biomass takes record 14% share of UK power mix

The previous record of UK biomass generation was set earlier this year, according to a new report

Engie ‘working 24/7 to provide heating and cooling to NHS Nightingale’

Engie provides heating and cooling to NHS Nightingale a temporary hospital with capacity to treat 4,000 coronavirus patients

UK slashes CO2 emissions by 41% since 1990

This has been driven by a shift away from coal and growth in the use of renewable energy sources, among other factors

Tokyo 2020 postponed amid coronavirus crisis: Aggreko responds

The energy supplier says ‘the commercial terms and operational impact surrounding the postponement’ will need to be worked through with the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games

Bristol Energy wins contract to provide all of council’s power

The supplier lost out on the contract nearly a year ago to a Big Six company

Third of UK businesses ‘have installed batteries onsite’

The survey also found more than half (59%) of firms like the idea of producing their own energy

Brexit: What Impact Will a “No-Deal” Outcome Have on Energy Supply & Security of Supply?

On 29 March 2019, the UK will cease to be a member of the European Union. With less than 7 months remaining until we make what is sure to be a historic exit, and the increasing possibility of a ‘no deal’ looming, the exact details of the UK’s exit from the European Union are still unclear.