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Webinar: Blackouts, Batteries and Brexit: A Review of the Energy Landscape in 2019

This webinar will be brought to you live tomorrow from 11:00 AM on December 10th.

Webinar: Blackouts, Batteries and Brexit: A Review of the Energy Landscape in 2019

This webinar will be brought to you live from 11:00 AM on December 10th.

Brussels bans petrol and diesel cars from 2035

The Brussels Capital Region has announced the move in order to avoid air pollution, tackle climate change and ultimately go net zero by 2050

EU Council agrees position on revision of shipping emission rules

In a bid to cut red tape while maintaining environmental standards, the ambassadors of EU member states have agreed to update existing EU rules

US proposes for oil refiners to increase role of biofuels in fuel mix

The regulation aims to support the agricultural sector and reduce the country’s dependence on oil

Ofgem: Innovation should shape future energy market

Innovators say the current system of regulation, which includes industry codes, ‘is standing in the way’

National Infrastructure Commission seeks views on improving utility regulation

The deadline for responses is 12th April 2019

‘Regulations needed to ensure new tech works the right way’

Regulations must ensure future technologies and innovations can work sensibly and effectively towards decarbonisation. That’s the suggestion from Michael Gibbons, Chairman of ELEXON, who spoke to ELN at the Energy Live Expo. He said there’s going to be a lot of change in the industry in the near future, with much more distributed generation, renewable […]

Management takeover at Utility Aid

An energy broker in the charity sector has been bought out by its management team. Utility Aid’s management buyout (MBO) was led by CEO Giles Hankinson and Non-Executive Directors Guy Fraser-Sampson and Andy Homer, along with private investors Peter Cullum (Towergate), Neil Utley (Hastings Direct) and Andrew King (King Group). The deal was confirmed for an […]

US environment agency strengthens green rules

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has strengthened the nation’s emission regulations. Speculation suggests it may be trying to lock-in fuel economy rules to protect them from being eroded by President-elect Trump when he enters power. The Obama Administration has been fairly successful in tackling pollution and climate change during its time in office, setting rules in 2012 that dictated […]