IEA: ‘Security of supply must be guaranteed during global energy transition’

A new report stresses actions must be taken at the technical, economic and political levels to ensure the world’s energy supplies remain secure as the sector undergoes its transition to a cleaner and smarter model

Greencoat Renewables boosts its portfolio with Irish wind farm

Together with the acquisition of the 11.5MW An Cnoc wind farm, the firm announced the closing of a new €200 million term loan

Bulb launches ‘UK’s first major 100% renewable smart prepayment tariff’

Bulb highlights the price of the renewable pay-as-you-go deal comes in £60 below the ’prepayment’ price cap set by Ofgem

IMServ Expands into the Netherlands

Leading UK energy data collection and metering company IMServ has entered into the Dutch energy metering and data market this month.

‘Energy efficiency has been forgotten as the easiest way to cut emissions’

That’s the warning from DNV GL, which says it is vital to improve the availability and uptake of energy efficient technologies

Heating homes with wind power could offer £26m in benefits for consumers

A new report notes up to 540GWh of wind power could be absorbed by domestic heating across off-gas grid Scotland in 2030, saving £24 million per year in wind constraint payments

Fiona Ball

Director of the Bigger Picture, Sky

Tim Gould

Head of Division, Energy Supply and Investment Outlooks, International Energy Agency

Energy Price Cap extended until end of 2021

The government claims the move will see around 11 million households across the UK make savings on their energy bills

Stuart Griffiths

Utility Contract Delivery Manager, Procurement & Supply Chain, Arqiva