Low carbon jobs and revenue in growth, says ONS
New figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) confirm that the UK's low carbon and renewable energy sector grew steadily and created new jobs in the period from 2015 to 2018, although the comparison with 2014 looks less positive.
International award for UKPN
UK Power Networks has received international recognition for its work including the development of a smart grid.
The smart energy blind spot
Current operational telecoms systems are not fit for a distribution system operator future. Here are the key outcomes of a Network debate, hosted in association with Nokia and Joint Radio Company (JRC).
Former gas storage facility to become LPG terminal
Plans to convert the National Grid liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility at Avonmouth into a new liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) storage terminal operated by Flogas Britain have been approved.
Community energy powering thousands of homes, report shows
Community energy is powering thousands of homes in the South East, East of England and London, according to a newly published report into local generation with Community Energy England and Community Energy South.
Technology & Operations
Public want energy companies to pay fair share towards transition costs
The public may reject further energy transition costs unless energy companies pay their fair share, according to research published by the UK Energy Research Centre.
ETI report highlights importance of CCUS deployment
If Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (CCUS) is not deployed over the next decade, the UK's transition to a low carbon energy system will face increased risk and higher costs says a new report released by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI).
How will energy look in 2035?
Arup recently unveiled a study that details what the landscape of the UK's energy systems will look like in 2035. In this article, Filippo Gaddo - head of energy economics - makes some predictions for the future.
Great Britain’s lowest carbon Christmas
New figures show that on top of a record breaking year for power generation, Christmas Day 2017 was the greenest ever.
Cabbies to help plan electric charging network
UK Power Networks has launched a major study of electric vehicle use by London taxi drivers, to help pave the way for the capital to become a leading low carbon city.
ENA invites feedback on gas innovation strategy
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) is inviting industry stakeholders to play a vital role in shaping the future of energy innovation through the launch of its Gas Network Innovation Strategy.
Scotland’s low-carbon infrastructure gets £43m boost
Scotland's low-carbon infrastructure is to reeceive a £43 million boost after the devolved government awarded funding to 13 projects around the nation.
BEIS pipes £25m into hydrogen demo for heating
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has revealed plans to pipe £25 million into a new programme exploring the use of hydrogen for heating.