policy and regulation
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.
ENA launches election wish list for net-zero
As the general election campaign moves up a gear, energy network companies have called on political leaders to commit to taking bold action to achieve net-zero.
Europe-wide survey scores GB low on electricity system flexibility
Great Britain ranks eighth out of nine northern European countries in attracting and facilitating investment in electricity system flexibility, says a new industry report published by the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA).
Utility Week Congress 2019
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Keeping regulatory certainty
David Smith, chief executive of the Energy Networks Association (ENA), looks at how the cancellation of Ofgem's mid-period review could impact the energy networks.
Ofgem still mulling over how to deliver flexible regulation
Ofgem has not yet "figured out" how best to deliver the flexible regulation needed keep up with the accelerating pace of change in the power sector.
New players pose risk to power system
"A host of new players" in the power system pose a risk to its stability if government does not act to help co-ordinate their integration, experts have warned.
BEIS not ‘jumping to conclusions’ on heat rules
The government is not "jumping to conclusions" about the best way to protect to consumers and investors in the district heating market, a senior official has said.