‘Public support for publicly-owned energy proposal’

New poll reveals that nearly two-thirds of Brits support Labour’s proposal for public-owned green energy, with only 6% in opposition

EDF nuclear plant hit with improvement notice over steam leak

EDF Energy has received an improvement notice from the Office for Nuclear Regulation following a steam leak incident at Heysham 1 Power Station

Shell joins wave power project

Shell has joined the Renewables for Subsea Power project, utilising wave power and subsea energy storage to power equipment off the Orkney coast

Nearly 5.3m in UK homes in debt to energy suppliers

More than five million people currently live in households in debt to their supplier, with more than two million expected to self disconnect this winter, according to a report

eEnergy seals £29.1m deal, sells energy division to Flogas

eEnergy has signed an agreement to sell its energy management division to Flogas Britain for an initial £29.1 million

Centrica unveils plan to slash energy usage

Centrica has partnered with The Pirbright Institute to implement an on-site technology plan aimed at reducing net energy use by over 10% by 2026

Trash trucks turned powerhouses in UK first

Veolia electrifies waste trucks, turning them into a flexible energy source in a vehicle-to-grid trial

UK fossil fuel electricity hits lowest since 1957

The UK’s electricity generated from fossil fuels in 2023 dropped by 22% year on year, reaching the lowest level since 1957 at 104 terawatt hours, according to new analysis

Essex power workers contribute to mental health hub transformation

Essex-based UK Power Networks engineers joined forces with local volunteers to transform a Harlow bungalow into a mental health hub

UKAEA invests £7.4m in lithium fusion tech

Five organisations have secured contracts from the UK Atomic Energy Authority as part of its Fusion Industry Programme