Yeo’s carbon target rebellion makes headway

Yesterday the Energy Bill was voted through by MPs in the Commons – but without an amendment forcing the Government to set a target for decarbonising the power sector by 2030. What does that mean for the energy sector? ELN asks backbench Conservative MP Tim Yeo who chairs the energy select committee – and who […]

Can Scotland go green on its own?

The prospect of Scotland and England parting ways raises important questions, not least when it comes to energy. ELN Editor Sumit Bose makes the trip to thriving energy hub Aberdeen to ask them – and is that a hint of a difference in opinion between Energy Secretary Ed Davey and Scottish Energy Minister Fergus Ewing? […]

The Market Report – 30th April 2013

Find out the latest news on the energy market from Ben Spry, npower’s Client Portfolio Manager, in this weekly update.

Prison is no bar to wind power

The Isle of Sheppey is as remote as they come – perfect for a prison or three but also wind power. ELN reporter Vicky Ellis went to the official opening of a new wind farm there and discovered this could be start of a beautiful new friendship between the public sector and the renewables industry. […]

Investors don’t expect ‘casino returns’

Dr Christoph Frei, the World Energy Council’s Secretary General tells ELN why the UN’s scheme to benchmark countries’ energy use is a good idea – and why investors don’t expect ‘casino’-style returns.

CCS: Capturing carbon and students

Imperial College open CCS pilot plant in chemical engineering department.

Yorkshire twist on energy saving

Yorkshire water save thousands by using an Archimedes Screw and special motors from ABB to transfer the power of water to run operations.

The Market Report – 28th February 2012

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Charles Hendry on UK future energy sources

Energy Minister fills us in on the EMR

Smart meters: be the boss of your house

Hager show ELN how smart meters can save you energy