Energy firms react against Ofgem’s proposals for the next network price control

Energy companies including National Grid, ScottishPower and Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Transmission have raised concerns about the regulator’s draft determination

‘World’s longest’ subsea cable project worth £2bn passes halfway point

The two parallel 720 kilometres cables will connect the UK and Norwegian electricity grids

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Hull Street Energy acquires 80MW hydroelectric station in US

The newly acquired facility will deliver uninterrupted zero-carbon electricity to consumers in the Mid-Atlantic region

7 steps to put your business on the path to carbon neutral: The ebook

The government has announced net zero greenhouse gas targets by 2050, and bigger businesses with bigger ambitions have announced carbon neutral – and even carbon negative – targets by as soon as 2030.

E.ON and npower’s industrial and commercial businesses to merge

The partnership aims to address customer needs and sustainability more effectively

UK Government seeks views on future low carbon heat support beyond the RHI

The plan backs replacement of Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) with a new Clean Heat Grant, which will provide support for heat pumps and in certain circumstances biomass

Bristol’s low carbon heat networks warm up with a £10m grant

This funding will finance new infrastructure, including the creation of a large water-source heat pump which will produce clean heat from Bristol’s floating harbour

Octopus Energy to acquire ENGIE’s UK residential supply business

It takes the total number of customers supplied by Octopus to 1.4 million – around 5% of the UK market

UK first: Hydrogen injected into gas grid as landmark trial gets underway

The HyDeploy demonstration is feeding up to 20% of hydrogen into Keele University’s existing natural gas network