‘UK Government must incentivise more grid flexibility’

A group of large energy organisations have said this is vital to keep costs low and decarbonise

UK hits milestone of 1,000 coal-free hours

In 2012, coal supplied around 40% of the country’s electricity – this year it has provided less than 6%

EDF and GE sign deal to build six reactors for new nuclear plant in India

The companies said the agreement is an important step in the construction of the Jaitapur power station

Could floating solar panels be the key to clean energy in Singapore?

The nation’s Housing and Development Board says the technology would be well-suited to the land-scarce city-state

Nuclear power station in Bangladesh gets approval

The 2.4GW Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant project will now enter the construction phase

First wind turbine installed at E.ON and Equinor offshore project

The 385MW facility is expected to supply around 400,000 households with renewable energy from 2019

UK’s renewable generation hit quarterly record of 30.1% at start of 2018

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy said this was mostly due to increased capacity and higher wind speeds

BP signs deal to buy EV infrastructure firm Chargemaster

The energy giant will purchase the electric vehicle charging business to support its low carbon plans

US and Russia ‘to dominate global pipeline expenditure to 2022’

Analytics firm GlobalData says Canada, China and Nigeria will also make significant investments

Energy storage firm wins €50k award with salt cavern technology

Storelectric will now work with Dutch energy firm NAM to enter the deployment phase