Storm chaos: 10,000 homes still in the dark

Electricity networks in Britain have restored power to 125,000 customers following Storm Henk, but around 10,000 homes remain without power

Essex power workers contribute to mental health hub transformation

Essex-based UK Power Networks engineers joined forces with local volunteers to transform a Harlow bungalow into a mental health hub

Engineers clear tree from 33,000-volt power line amid Storm Debi

Electricity North West engineers successfully restored power to 17,000 properties in South Lakes and North Lancashire areas following Storm Debi

Sizewell B goes offline for 66 days for maintenance work

The UK’s youngest nuclear power station supplies electricity to 2.5 million homes in East Anglia

“Shortage of trained heat pump installers could set back net zero”

Thousands more heat pump engineers are needed each year to meet targets, according to a report

How many kilometres long is the cabling for ‘Scotland’s largest’ offshore wind farm?

The Seagreen project is predicted to supply enough power for nearly two-thirds of all Scottish homes

British Gas dispute ends with pay deal

Workers accepted an improved pay rise after 43 days of strike action

EDF invests in UK heat pump installer CB Heating

The utility will offer its three million customers an end-to-end heat pump installation through CB Heating’s Heat Pump Installer Network

Storm Eunice: Engineers continue to fix damage to power network

While thousands of customers have been reconnected, the newly-named Storm Franklin is making conditions challenging for engineers

British Gas faces backlash over its HomeCare service failures

Customers took to social media to complain about cancellations and delays