New nuclear storage solution ‘could save UK £2bn in decommissioning costs’

It has the capacity to store 63 fuel cans in one rack, triple the number of fuel cans that can be held in one underwater storage container

New EV project to deliver up to £2.6m of savings for Scottish taxpayers

Project PACE is also estimated to potentially save £310m on connection costs if rolled out across the UK

Stark customers reduce energy use by 50% more than the average business in lockdown

Stark, a leading provider of energy data and analytics services, has announced that Stark customers have reduced their energy use by 50% more than the average business in lockdown, saving nearly £750,000 a day more in aggregate than the industry average.

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust ‘to save £1.4m a year’ with green upgrades

The organisation expects to cut annual carbon emissions by 7,712 tonnes across three key hospitals, serving a population of around 736,700 people

UK businesses ‘could save as much as £6 billion by cutting energy use’

That’s the suggestion from Energy Minister Kwasi Kwarteng, who said this would also help stop 22m tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions entering the atmosphere

SP Energy Networks trials new tech to manage faults in real time

The Real Time Fault Level Monitors are currently being trialled in substations across Chester, Liverpool and Warrington as part of a £140,000 project

More than a third of Brits ‘paying more for their energy’

Around 9.7m households have not taken steps to change their home energy usage, despite the opportunity to reduce their energy bills and contribute towards cutting carbon emissions

Octopus Energy announces price cut for customers

Around a quarter of a million households on the standard variable tariff are expected to save around £80 on average a year

Energy price cap saved households £1bn on bills in 2019

Around 11m households on default tariffs saved between £75 to £100 on their dual fuel bills

US efficiency programmes save power at average cost of 2.4¢ per kWh

That’s the conclusion reached in a new study conducted by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, which observed energy efficiency measures implemented between 2012 and 2017