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Dramatic Shift in U.K.’s Power Mix Lies Ahead as Nuclear Fades

The U.K.’s power generation mix will see a dramatic shift from 2024 as output from its nuclear units is forecast to fade out sooner than anticipated.

read more... 12/03/2021


UK Energy Suppliers To Pay £10.4m Fine For Overcharging Customers

Ofgem has this morning charged 18 energy suppliers, including British Gas, Shell, and Scottish Power, a combined £10.4m for overcharging their customers.

read more... 03/03/2021


ENA brings more flexibility to the grid with contract update

The Energy Networks Association (ENA) has updated its standardised flexibility contract used across the energy sector to offer more transparency and increase accessibility.

read more... 02/03/2021


US power generation by renewables exceeded 20% in 2020

Electrical generation by US wind and solar set new records in 2020. In fact, it was 16.7% greater in 2020 than a year earlier, according to a SUN DAY Campaign analysis of new data just released by the US Energy Information Administration (EIA).

read more... 25/02/2021


Northvolt to build ‘Europe’s largest’ battery factory

Swedish lithium-ion manufacturer Northvolt has announced it will invest $200 million (£142m) in building what is claimed to be Europe’s largest battery facility.

read more... 23/02/2021