Top-up capacity market auction planned for next summer

BEIS reiterated it is ‘working closely’ with the European Commission on the necessary steps for the scheme to be investigated ‘as quickly as possible’

Finding Nemo! UK-Belgium power link launched

The £60m interconnector is to help deliver a more flexible energy system for consumers in both countries

Britain blown away by new wind energy record

Onshore and offshore wind farms hit a new high of 14.9GW between 6pm and 6.30pm last Wednesday

How demand management supports security of supply

Site resilience and Demand Side Response are often seen in opposition. But the reverse is true – and can in fact be mutually advantageous, especially if your business could benefit from improving security of supply.

National Grid ‘must provide right environment for decarbonisation’

That’s the verdict from Paul Dight, Partner at law firm Addleshaw Goddard

Complications for power imports with no deal Brexit

If the UK leaves the EU without an exit agreement, European energy law will no longer apply

National Grid: UK has enough gas and power to last the winter

The organisation says this is the case even in the event of another extreme cold weather period

The underused energy management tool that can offset rising energy costs

The non-commodity element of energy costs is set to push prices up considerably over the next few years – yet research by YouGov finds awareness of this seems limited. Energy market expert Ben Spry shares the detail behind the forecasts and assesses the impact Demand Side Response can provide to help mitigate price rises.

UK power network operators join forces for ‘£40m customer savings’

They aim to keep more renewable energy flowing onto local networks

‘Beast from the East’ caused winter gas spike

The UK Energy Research Centre said a loss of gas pressure in the system was only narrowly avoided