Energy firms turn their back on government-backed loans

The Energy Markets Financing Scheme has closed without receiving any applications, the Bank of England has confirmed

Windfall tax makes energy supply less certain, warns SSE boss

SSE Chief Executive has said the company might need to reduce the output at some of its hydroelectric plants

Customers to get refund after being overcharged by Good Energy

Ofgem has said that two renewable energy firms overcharged their Feed-in-Tariff generators

“Revenue cap could have catastrophic consequences on green investment”

Energy UK has warned that the measure could be more “damaging” and “punitive” than the oil and gas profits levy

Petition for nationalisation of energy companies gathers steam

Campaigners suggest the move is needed to mitigate energy cost hikes and mismanagement of the energy sector

‘Nearly 1.3TWh of UK wind wasted since the start of the energy crisis”

The lack of long-duration energy storage capacity could undermine the UK’s efforts to cut reliance on gas, according to a new report

Energy industry slams government plans for a levy on power generators

A trade association has said a windfall tax imposed on electricity generators would jeopardise the UK’s energy security

UK Power Networks unveils new flexibility tender

The tendering process will be for 292MW of power across 113 sites in London, the East and the South East of England

ScottishPower donates power generators to Ukraine

SP Energy Networks has donated 21 power generators and 1,200 meal packs to Ukrainian authorities

Can renewables help bitcoin become carbon-neutral?

ELN spoke to Andrew Webber, Founder and CEO of Digital Power Optimization on how the sector might reduce consumption