Limejump and Bluefield sign solar PPA

The energy aggregator will manage the sale of electricity using using virtual power plant software

‘We have no choice’ but to invest in fossil fuels, says Shell boss

Ben Van Beurden reportedly expressed concern that shareholders could stop supporting the company as a result of what he called the “demonisation” of oil and gas

BHE Canada plans to build 117.6MW wind farm in Alberta

The firm hopes to break ground on the proposed facility in Alberta at the turn of the decade

Going out of business sign
Rutherford Energy Supply Limited, trading as Uttily Energy, goes bust

The supplier provided around 280 businesses with their electricity – now it has ceased to trade, Ofgem will choose a new supplier to take on its customers

Minesto gets splash of EU funding to develop site in France

The firm has received approval for a grant to help it deploy its technology at the grid-connected Paimpol-Bréhat test site

Solar panels defend against high energy costs at MOD site

The Defence College of Logistics, Policing and Administration at Worthy Down has been equipped with a total of 1,625 photovoltaic roof panels

Three million households already in energy debt ahead of winter

These fuel-poor households collectively owe nearly £417 million to their suppliers, with the year’s coldest weather soon to arrive

UK Atomic Energy Authority concludes fusion concept is ‘fundamentally viable’

The fusion research centre has completed a project designed to establish some of the basic operating parameters of a fusion energy reactor

‘UK needs 120GW of new low carbon capacity to go net zero by 2050’

Aurora Energy Research says 100GW of new renewable energy needs to be deployed, as well as 20GW of new nuclear and 3GW of CCS

Dermot Nolan: Ofgem must facilitate UK’s decarbonisation

That’s the call from Dermot Nolan, CEO of Ofgem, who spoke to ELN at Energy UK’s annual conference yesterday