Energy Live EXPO 2019: Film of the Day

Relive the best bits from the event and catch up on what was said right here…

Kwasi Kwarteng: Businesses ‘can have their cake and eat it too’ by going green

He stressed that there is too often a “false battle” between going green and pursuing growth and assured the crowd that the two directions were not mutually exclusive

Government announces £315m to help industry cut emissions and bills

It expects the new finance will help energy-intensive industries cut emissions by two million tonnes between 2028 and 2032

SIMEC Atlantis buys Green Highland Renewables for £1

The acquisition will see it take over 100% of the hydropower developer

EU Council agrees position on revision of shipping emission rules

In a bid to cut red tape while maintaining environmental standards, the ambassadors of EU member states have agreed to update existing EU rules

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

Nationalising UK energy ‘could put 2050 net zero targets at risk’

A new report says the Labour Party’s plans would divert resources and investment away from where they are needed, delay climate change efforts and create an atmosphere of uncertainty

Could digitalisation provide the wind sector with its biggest gust forward yet?

A new report published by DNV GL suggests it will, if only wind industries can overcome concerns around data sharing

Record low prices in CfD auction: Industry responds

With projects set to be delivered for as low as £39.65/MWh, around 30% lower than the second auction held in 2017, the auction has caused a stir amongst the sector

National Grid ESO power cut report: Industry responds

What does the energy sector think of the findings?