Third Party Costs (TPCs), also called non-energy or non-commodity costs, make up around 60% of a typical energy bill.
The way the energy industry works hasn’t changed all that much for decades now. But we’re at the start of an energy revolution, with the smart grid at the forefront.
The Energy Networks Association says government, industry and communities can deliver a greener future which benefits people in every part of Britain
That’s the call from industry body Scottish Renewables, which suggests a new Heat Networks Bill could see the equivalent of 460,000 homes heated renewably by 2030
They will fund sustainable infrastructure and energy efficiency projects
The business and energy secretary believes cheap power ‘is now green power’
It follows Western Power Distribution’s decision to voluntarily return £77 million after the government cancelled its rail electrification schemes
An independent meter asset management company in the UK has been awarded an Independent Gas Transporter (IGT) and Independent Distribution Network Operator (IDNO) license. This means the Energy Assets group will be able to own, adopt and operate its own gas and electricity networks. The company has also launched Energy Assets Pipelines and Energy Assets […]
Ofgem has awarded 11 projects a spot in the final stages of its three innovation competitions for regulated network companies. They passed the Initial Screening Process (ISP) for the Electricity Network Innovation Competition (NIC), the Gas NIC and the Low Carbon Networks (LCN) Fund – worth up to £109 million in total. The competitions support […]
There are still around 80,000 people without power this morning as yet another wave of nasty weather hit the UK last night. The Met Office had issued multiple red alerts for gale force winds yesterday and several motorways were closed or had severe delays including the M2. This morning the Highways Agency announced the M60 […]