India invokes Force Majeure Clause as renewable supplies face disruption

The Ministry of Finance has clarified that the halt in supply chains due to the spread of covid-19 will be considered as a case of natural calamity

Bulb appointed to take on Gnergy’s customers

Energy regulator Ofgem has selected the challenger firm to cater for consumers signed up to the failed supplier

Section of NHS estate gets clean injection with 100% renewable deal

NHS Property Services, which makes up around 11% of the NHS, has announced new energy contracts with British Gas Business and Corona

UK, France and Germany ‘leading on demand side flexibility in Europe’

Conversely, Sweden, Spain and Portugal were found to be lagging behind the rest of the region

Climate change
Climate targets ‘in jeopardy as energy demand soars’

Capgemini has published new data revealing that as global energy demand continued to rise through 2018, so did greenhouse gas emissions

Asia’s natural gas usage to continue to outpace supply

The supply imbalance is expected to widen through the projection period, resulting in non-OECD Asia increasing reliance on natural gas imports from other regions

National Grid: UK will have enough gas for winter in event of no-deal Brexit

It says this is the case even if electricity interconnectors stopped delivering power on the day the UK leaves the EU

UK’s renewable generation rose by 9.9% in second quarter of 2019

This rise, from 24.6TWh to 27.1TWh over the course of a year, was driven by an increase in clean capacity

Water firms ‘need more urgency in stopping leaks and disruption’

The Consumer Council for Water has highlighted interruptions to water supply across the UK are up by a fifth compared to 2016/17

Massive power cut hits UK: Industry responds

A power cut on Friday left nearly a million homes and businesses across England and Wales in the dark