UK ‘power dumping’ raises concerns over energy management

National Grid ESO has reportedly paid up to £550/MWh to dump excess power into neighbouring countries

Surge in new UK energy licence applicants amid declining costs

Grant Nicholson, the mind behind the collapsed energy business Planet-U Energy, seeks new opportunities in the energy market with a fresh licence application

Nearly 8% of government estate powered by renewable energy tariffs

Over half of the government estate’s electricity volume is being supplied by “zero carbon (nuclear)” tariffs

UK celebrates one year gas-free from Russia!

The UK marks a full year without relying on Russian gas imports

‘Networked ground source heat pumps key to UK’s decarbonisation’

Increasing the number of these heat pumps could help Britain reduce annual electricity consumption almost as much as the total annual output of Hinkley Point C, according to a report

Ofgem launches probe into two energy companies amidst regulatory concerns

The energy regulator has initiated an investigation into Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks and OVO Energy’s four supply entities

Sizewell B roars back to life following maintenance

Sizewell B power station in Suffolk has resumed operations following a planned maintenance, positioning it for another 18 months of generation

British Gas lights up London park for King’s coronation

British Gas has unveiled a specially commissioned coronation gas lamp in St James’s Park to celebrate King Charles III’s coronation

UK’s first transmission-connected solar farm powers up

The 49.9MW solar farm will supply power directly to the transmission network and will be located alongside a battery energy storage system

Octopus Energy outlines plan to speed up grid connections

A five-point-plan could speed up the connection process of renewable energy projects, which could power 2.5 million homes a year in the UK, according to a report