Gas Networks Ireland issues Brexit update
Gas Networks Ireland is satisfied that there will be no adverse impact on gas flows due to Brexit, including in a no-deal scenario.
GMB wants UK to reduce reliance on interconnectors
The energy union GMB says the UK should not rely so heavily on interconnectors, arguing for more investment in domestic generation rather than importing power from overseas.
EU network codes will have unintended consequences for UK energy system warns expert
The introduction of EU network codes could have negative unintended consequences for the evolution of the UK power system, industry expert John Scott has warned.
EU invests €263 million to strengthen grid
The European Union is to invest €263 million on energy infrastructure projects to strengthen the European grid.
‘Plenty of opportunity’ for heat sector after EU exit
There is “plenty of opportunity” for growth in the UK’s burgeoning heat sector despite the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, the Association of Decentralised Energy (ADE) has said.
Brexit ‘bad for smart grids’, warns academic
A leading academic has warned that the UK’s decision to leave the European Union will hinder the transition to smarter grids.
Networks prepare for EU exit
In the early hours of this morning it was announced that Britain has voted to leave the EU, a move that will have repercussions for the energy industry.
Our future in Europe
Energy network leaders favour a “remain” vote in the upcoming referendum, according to views expressed at a recent industry debate.
Lord Bourne speaks out on Brexit energy risks
Writing exclusively for Network and Utility Week, Lord Bourne, parliamentary under secretary of state for the Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc), says exiting the EU would be bad for energy investment, energy costs and energy security.