SSEN’s flexible capacity skyrockets by 140%

The company has secured contracts for 202MW in its central southern England license area

UK energised to exit Energy Charter Treaty?

The UK is contemplating a potential exit from the Energy Charter Treaty due to ongoing disagreements among member states regarding the adoption of updated rules

Scotland’s energy plan: ‘Lack of detail’ sparks call to action

A renewable energy trade body has demanded a clear plan for Energy and Just Transition to maximise Scotland’s green energy potential

Industry reacts to appointment of new Energy Security Secretary

Claire Coutinho has been urged to take immediate action to restore the UK’s position as the top choice for global renewable energy investment

UK launches varied heat pump grants by property type

Proposed measures unveiled today aim to make heat pump installations more affordable for homeowners and small businesses

British Gas owner teams up with Deutsche Bahn for wind power ride

Centrica Energy Trading has entered a two-year corporate power purchase agreement with Germany’s national railway company to provide approximately 70GWh of renewable electricity annually

Ofgem invites input on helping consumers become flexible energy users

The energy regulator has asked for input from stakeholders on how to assist consumers in adopting flexible energy consumption practices

Sunak shuts door on net zero referendum

The Prime Minister has expressed confidence in the public’s commitment to net zero but emphasised a pragmatic and inclusive approach to achieving it

Scotland pushes UK Government for pumped storage hydro plant support

The Scottish Energy minister has called on the UK Government to support the development of pumped storage hydro plants, potentially creating 15,000 jobs

‘UK businesses unprepared for net zero’

A survey indicates that only 35% of smaller firms fully comprehend the net zero target, in contrast to 56% of larger enterprises