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03 July 2020 @ 17:59

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Nottingham shopping centre redevelopment enters compulsory liquidation

03 July 2020 @ 13:48

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Government leads a successful bid to acquire OneWeb which develops cutting-edge satellite technology in the UK and in the US.

03 July 2020 @ 11:28

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COP 26 President Alok Sharma's keynote address at 'Resilience in light of COVID: Climate Action on the Road to COP26', a London Climate Action Week event focussed on climate resilience.

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Ofgem’s executive director of consumers and markets Mary Starks is to leave her role after nearly two years. Chief executive Jonathan Brearley said an internal consultation was taking place on a new "flatter and broader leadership". Meanwhile Ofgem's chief economist, Joe Perkins, has departed to join a consultancy.

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02 July 2020 @ 18:24

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Energy Minister Kwasi Kwarteng at Climate Policy Initiative's London Climate Action Week event, co-hosted with the UK and Germany.

02 July 2020 @ 12:06

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Regulation (EU) 2018/1724 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 2 October 2018 establishing a single digital gateway to provide access to information, to procedures, and to assistance and problem-solving services, and amending Regulation (EU) No 1024/2012 (“the SDGR”), is a directly applicable European Union (EU) Regulation. Certain provisions of the SDGR will constitute retained EU law in accordance with section 3 of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 (“EUWA”). The purpose of this instrument is to revoke those provisions of the SDGR that will constitute retained EU law on and after 31 December 2020, so that the United Kingdom (UK) is no longer legally bound by the SDGR once the Transition Period ends.

02 July 2020 @ 10:27

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War has been declared on polluting petrol and diesel vehicles, and motorists can expect to pay more to keep driving them. So is it time to turn your back on cars with internal combustion engines?

01 July 2020 @ 12:45

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?Half of suppliers have failed to reach their smart meter installation milestones, and were more than 10% outside of the tolerance allowed.

01 July 2020 @ 10:26

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01 July 2020 @ 09:04

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Macroeconomic assessment of the potential future impacts of increasing R&D expenditure in the UK on GDP, employment and productivity.

01 July 2020 @ 08:16

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This report assesses the overall impact of public research and development (R&D) support on levels of private R&D across the economy.

01 July 2020 @ 08:16

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The government’s Research and Development (R&D) Roadmap sets out the UK’s vision and ambition for science, research and innovation.

01 July 2020 @ 08:15

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This instrument amends the references to 'exit day' in the Guarantees of Origin of Electricity Produced from High-Efficiency Cogeneration (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2018 (“the 2018 Guarantees of Origin SI”) and the Renewables Obligation (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 (“the 2019 Renewables Obligation SI”), to ensure that the drafting intent of these regulations is preserved, following the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the EU.

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I moved into a new-build home in December. The developer passed meter readings, meter numbers and my personal details to British Gas. I intended to switch from the expensive standard tariff.

30 June 2020 @ 21:00

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30 June 2020 @ 19:28

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Half of suppliers with more than 250,000 customers failed to hit their annual smart meter installation milestones in 2019, Ofgem has revealed. The energy regulator has published its annual letter on the progress of the rollout, outlining areas where it wants to see improvements.

The post Half of large suppliers failed to meet annual smart meter milestones appeared first on Utility Week.

30 June 2020 @ 16:24

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The recommended environmental management system (EMS) designed to achieve the general objectives of the OSPAR Offshore Strategy.

30 June 2020 @ 14:55

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29 June
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?The Renewable Energy Association (REA) has outlined eight principles for the deployment of the government’s £500 million Rapid Charging Fund.

29 June 2020 @ 15:14

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?OVO Energy is to lead one of the UK's largest ever zero-carbon heating trails, thanks to a £4.2 million grant from the government.

29 June 2020 @ 12:08

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Approximately £14.6 million has been made available as part of the BEIS Energy Innovation Programme’s Electrification of Heat Demonstration Project.

29 June 2020 @ 08:48

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This project looks to demonstrate the feasibility of a large-scale roll-out of innovative heat pump systems in a representative range of British homes.

29 June 2020 @ 08:46

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This competition will provide funding to projects which develop innovative green mortgages and other lending products.

29 June 2020 @ 08:15

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We’re seeking views on the final design of the Industrial Energy Transformation Fund, which will help industry to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.

29 June 2020 @ 07:10

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Phase 1 of the IETF provides grant funding for feasibility and engineering studies and for industrial energy efficiency deployment projects.

29 June 2020 @ 07:08

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Ofgem has revealed plans to introduce increased support for prepayment meter (PPM) customers as part of a permanent licence requirement. In addition, enhanced ability to pay principles mean suppliers will be required to offer more support to all customers struggling to pay their bills.

The post Ofgem to strengthen protections for PPM customers appeared first on Utility Week.

28 June 2020 @ 23:01

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Philippa Pickford, Ofgem’s director of future retail markets, has told Utility Week that the regulator’s data shows the risk of multiple supplier failures as a result of Covid-19 is receding. Speaking on our #AskUsAnything show, Pickford admitted that concerns remain about the stability of some retailers but insisted that the Supplier of Last Resort process “would work well” in the eventuality of multiple market exits at the same time.

The post Ofgem: SoLR can cope with multiple failures appeared first on Utility Week.

26 June 2020 @ 17:57

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?Engie is to install electric vehicle (EV) chargers for waste management company Biffa to support its electrification efforts.

26 June 2020 @ 12:15

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?Good Energy has upped its stake to become a the majority holder in electric vehicle (EV) app, Zap-Map.

26 June 2020 @ 09:30

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Seven major research and innovation projects across the UK have today received over £400 million in government and industry funding.

25 June 2020 @ 23:15

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Challenger brand Good Energy has increased its stake in in electric vehicle (EV) charge point platform Zap-Map to 50 per cent. The transaction is being funded by the exercise of a convertible loan, which increases its share in Zap Map’s parent company Next Green Car (NGC) from 13 per cent which it acquired earlier this year.

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25 June 2020 @ 15:01

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?Ev.energy has won a tender to provide flexibility services to UK Power Networks (UKPN) using electric vehicles.

25 June 2020 @ 13:11

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Ofgem has published its final proposals on tougher license conditions designed to raise standards for energy suppliers and minimise consumer detriment. The regulator plans to introduce proposals to mitigate the effects of mutualisation on the wider market when a supplier fails.

The post Ofgem unveils financial responsibility principle for suppliers appeared first on Utility Week.

25 June 2020 @ 13:02

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‘Substantial increase’ in wind and solar power helped to generate 47% of Britain’s electricity

Renewable energy made up almost half of Britain’s electricity generation in the first three months of the year, with a surge in wind power helping to set a new record for clean energy.

The government’s official data has revealed that renewable energy made up 47% of the UK’s electricity generation in the first three months of the year, smashing the previous quarterly record of 39% set last year.

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25 June 2020 @ 13:01

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Letter setting out the government’s intent to hold 2 Capacity Market auctions in 2021: the T-1 auction for 2021 to 2022 and T-4 auction for 2024 to 2025.

25 June 2020 @ 09:38

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Smart charging platform ev.energy had 14 bids accepted by UK Power Networks in its latest flexibility procurement round. The firm’s technology optimises EV charging times and loads to save drivers money, reduce congestion on grids and make best use of low carbon generation. The company thinks it is the first time flexibility from domestic electric Read more...

The post Smart charging firm ev.energy wins UKPN flex contracts, eyes BM next appeared first on theenergyst.com.

25 June 2020 @ 09:20

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Ofgem finalises proposals for existing suppliers to drive up customer service standards, reduce the impact of supplier failure and strengthen the safety net for consumers.

25 June 2020 @ 09:00

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Quarterly statistical publication on energy prices.

25 June 2020 @ 08:30

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Summary of analysis using the National Energy Efficiency Data-Framework using consumption data from 2005 to 2018.

25 June 2020 @ 08:30

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Methodology used for analysis of domestic NEED, including how estimates of domestic electricity and gas consumption are produced.

25 June 2020 @ 08:30

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The data explorer allows users to investigate energy consumption comparisons by different property and household characteristics.

25 June 2020 @ 08:30

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Data tables for household consumption data.

25 June 2020 @ 08:30

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Consumption statistics for fuels used in road transport at regional and local levels from 2005 to 2018.

25 June 2020 @ 08:30

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Good Energy has taken a majority stake in Zap Map. The green energy company already held a 12.9 per cent stake following a deal struck last year which included an option to become majority shareholder. Good Energy said there is no additional cash requirement as the transaction is being financed by the exercise of a Read more...

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25 June 2020 @ 07:50

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 Ofgem has capped balancing services use of system (BSUoS) costs at £15 per MWh until the end of August and has introduced a licence modification allowing any additional costs due to Covid to be deferred to the next financial year. As a result of significant reductions in demand over lockdown, as well as warmer weather, these costs, which are paid for by suppliers and generators, have increased in recent months.

The post Coronavirus: Ofgem to allow deferral of additional balancing costs appeared first on Utility Week.

24 June 2020 @ 14:03

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 Ofgem has capped balancing services use of system (BSUoS) costs at £15 per MWh until the end of August and has introduced a licence modification allowing any additional costs due to Covid to be deferred to the next financial year. As a result of significant reductions in demand over lockdown, as well as warmer weather, these costs, which are paid for by suppliers and generators, have increased in recent months.

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24 June 2020 @ 14:03

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24 June 2020 @ 14:01

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The UK’s lockdown period for coronavirus has prompted a mass recalibration of expectations around customer experience. How have consumers felt this change in their interactions with energy suppliers? And to what extent have suppliers been able to maintain control of the experience they have delivered for customers?

The post Customer experience: Lessons from lockdown for energy suppliers appeared first on Utility Week.

24 June 2020 @ 14:01

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?The recovery from COVID-19 should help to unlock net zero, according to ScottishPower.

23 June 2020 @ 17:20

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Ofgem’s draft determinations on RIIO2 next month must “send the right signals on the central role electricity networks have in delivering net zero”, according to Scottish Power. Ensuring the price control framework stimulates economic opportunities to drive forward decarbonisation is one of “10 practical steps for a green recovery” put forward by the company.

The post Scottish Power: RIIO2 will test scale of UK’s green ambitions appeared first on Utility Week.

23 June 2020 @ 13:39

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We're seeking views on proposals for an energy efficiency scheme focused on smaller businesses.

23 June 2020 @ 08:10

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Small businesses have been found to overpay by an average of £289 every year on their electricity. This is equivalent to 12 per cent of their average annual bill, according to data from Bulb.

23 June 2020 @ 06:34

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22 June

British Gas owner Centrica will attempt to win back the hundreds of thousands of customers it has lost over the

The post British Gas owner Centrica plans new digital-only energy brand appeared first on CityAM.

22 June 2020 @ 15:15

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22 June 2020 @ 12:00

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The firm, which has been shedding customers and plans to cut jobs, is trying to boost profits.

22 June 2020 @ 11:24

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Energy UK has backed limiting any post-lockdown car scrappage scheme to electric vehicles (EVs). The plea is made as part of a series of proposals put forward by the trade body on for the role that the energy sector can play in a Covid-19 economic recovery package.

The post Energy UK: ‘EVs must be integral to car scrappage scheme’ appeared first on Utility Week.

22 June 2020 @ 07:14

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In our latest review of sector coverage across the national newspapers, Centrica is rumoured to be preparing the launch of a digital-only sub-brand to lure back customers lost to the challenger suppliers. Meanwhile, energy retailers have been given the green light to start collecting money owed by customers and EDF is understood to be exploring plans to help develop a new nuclear reactor in Cumbria.

The post Weekend press round-up: British Gas hits back with low-cost rival of its own appeared first on Utility Week.

22 June 2020 @ 06:43

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19 June 2020 @ 17:00

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A leading energy union has appealed to Ofgem to reopen its current price control review because the trajectory of demand is “not yet clear” as the UK emerges from the coronavirus pandemic. Prospect has suggested the regulator could allow network companies financial leeway to make advanced payments to contractors in order to maintain staffing levels above those required for temporarily suppressed workflows.

The post Prospect urges Ofgem to commit to Covid reopener appeared first on Utility Week.

19 June 2020 @ 15:59

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Ofgem chief Jonathan Brearley has spoken about how he wants the regulator to act as a diversity leader in the wake of the recent Black Lives Matter protests. Brearley added that as the regulator Ofgem can take further steps so that its policies consider the impact on different groups.

The post Brearley: Ofgem should lead by example on diversity appeared first on Utility Week.

19 June 2020 @ 15:40

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?The government has extended the obligation to take All Reasonable Steps (ARS) to install smart meters by six months, as a result of COVID-19.

19 June 2020 @ 11:52

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Government will set suppliers annual targets in a bid to stop the smart meter rollout losing steam. The programme originally targeted a smart meter in every house and most businesses, some 53m meters, by 2020. But government never wanted to be seen to be forcing people to have one, so the rules only mandate that Read more...

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19 June 2020 @ 10:23

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Smart meters will not be mandated in the forthcoming installations framework, except in "very specific" circumstances, the government has said. BEIS said it considers consumer choice to be “fundamental” in a successful rollout. However, the government has extended the obligation for suppliers to take "all reasonable steps" to install meters by a further six months, because of coronavirus disruption, to June 2021

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18 June 2020 @ 12:01

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Government sets out new plans for the installation of smart meters in households across the country, so consumers can continue to cut their energy bills and carbon emissions.

18 June 2020 @ 08:56

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Household Energy Efficiency Statistics, headline release (June 2020).

18 June 2020 @ 08:30

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We're consulting on proposals to develop a policy framework for smart meters post 2020.

18 June 2020 @ 08:18

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Proposals to update Smart Energy GB’s objectives, strengthen its governance, and revise its funding model, to focus on supporting the next phase of the rollout.

18 June 2020 @ 08:18

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Wallyford firm to refine pipe network system linking tanks to production plant

18 June 2020 @ 08:00

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Drax Group and the Data Communications Company (DCC) have announced they are trialling a smart meter for use within larger businesses. The new technology will allow organisations with larger and more complex electricity supplies, such as schools or NHS trusts to join the DCC’s network.

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17 June 2020 @ 14:04

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SSE is considering selling shares in its networks businesses, including its remaining 33 per cent stake in gas distribution network SGN, to help fund billions of pounds of new investment. As part of its financial results, the group said it plans to dispose of £2 billion of non-core assets in instances “where it is not the principal operator or where they don’t align with the transition to net zero”.

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17 June 2020 @ 13:48

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Challenger brand iSupply Energy has agreed a £1.5 million redress package after a number of failings involving more than 115,000 customers over a six-year period. EDF acquired the supplier's 190,000 customer accounts earlier this year.

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17 June 2020 @ 13:09

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?Regulations will come back into full force from 1 July, Ofgem has signalled in an open letter to suppliers.

17 June 2020 @ 11:32

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SSE’s business energy division slumped to an £18.5m loss for the year to 31 March, down from £51.6m profit the prior year. Electricity sales to businesses fell 17 per cent year on year, gas sales were broadly flat. Customer accounts fell from 55,000 to 52,000. Aged debt increased significantly while bad debt more than doubled Read more...

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17 June 2020 @ 10:40

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SSE has unveiled a plan to spend more than £7 billion on major low carbon infrastructure projects over the next five years, supporting net zero ambitions and spurring a green recovery from the COVID pandemic.

17 June 2020 @ 10:10

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SSE Renewables has given the go-ahead to the Viking windfarm in Shetland, which will act as the actor project for a new transmission link connecting the islands for the mainland power grid for the first time. The announcement came as SSE reported its financial results for 2019/20 and warned that the coronavirus pandemic is expected cost the group between £150 million and £250 million over the next year.

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17 June 2020 @ 10:08

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Perth group reports operating profits up after 'year of progress' and sale of energy retail arm

17 June 2020 @ 10:03

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SSE is set to build Britain’s biggest onshore wind farm, the 443MW Viking project on Shetland. At peak output, Viking’s 103 turbines will generate around 1.9TWh a year. A projected load factor of 48 per cent makes it Britain’s most productive farm, as well as its biggest, say the developers. Long delayed in Scotland’s courts, Read more...

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17 June 2020 @ 09:32

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17 June 2020 @ 07:31

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SSE Renewables has pledged a near-£600 million investment in a giant Shetland onshore wind farm project.

The post SSE Renewables pledges near-£600m investment in giant Shetland wind project appeared first on Energy Voice.

17 June 2020 @ 06:56

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Viking decison allows Ofgem to rubber stamp high-voltage link that will bring wind power to mainland

17 June 2020 @ 06:49

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Energy firm SSE has reported a drop in profit due to a significant reduction in electricity demand brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The post SSE profit down significantly due to Covid-19 reduction in electricity demand appeared first on Energy Voice.

17 June 2020 @ 06:42

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Ofgem’s chief executive Jonathan Brearley has set out his expectation that the energy sector will start to return to business as usual from next month. The regulator has written to suppliers, networks and the electricity system operator informing them that normal regulatory rules will apply from 1 July. Brearley said that while Covid-19 guidance must still be adhered to, now was the time for a “steady recovery” to begin.

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16 June 2020 @ 12:51

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Ofgem has granted urgent status to two proposed modifications to the Uniform Network Code (UNC) that would amend the recently approved overhaul of the gas transmission charging regime to offer new or enlarged discounts to some users. UNC728 would introduce a discount for users located nearby to entry points to the gas transmission network, whilst UNC727 would increase an already agreed discount for storage operators from 50 per cent to 80 per cent.

The post Ofgem fast tracks proposed amendments to new gas transmission charging regime appeared first on Utility Week.

16 June 2020 @ 12:26

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The Oxford Energy Superhub has hit another milestone with the installation of heat pumps now underway.

16 June 2020 @ 11:16

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Three companies connected to bogus sustainable energy processing schemes have been wound-up in court after eliciting at least £525,000 from investors.

16 June 2020 @ 09:00

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16 June 2020 @ 06:00

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Clinical researchers will begin human trials of a new coronavirus vaccine developed by researchers at Imperial College London.

15 June 2020 @ 21:00

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EDF Energy has agreed a partnership agreement with Zenobe Energy to build out its grid-scale battery portfolio assets.

The post EDF Energy agrees partnership deal on UK battery assets appeared first on Energy Voice.

15 June 2020 @ 10:48

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Battery storage developer Zenobe has picked EDF to trade flexibility from 59MW of grid-scale assets. The utility will optimise three of Zenobe’s operational batteries at Claredown, Aylesford and Kings Barn, giving the developer greater access to wholesale and balancing markets as well as ancillary services. The deal also includes contracts for supply and offtake of energy. Read more...

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15 June 2020 @ 09:26

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According to data published today from the Energy Market Data Hub (EMDH), energy supplier switches completed in May 2020 decreased in year-on-year and month-on-month measurements. Changes of supplier (CoS) completed in May ended at 436,000 events – 11 percent less than May 2019 and 10 percent less than April 2020.
Switches completed for the month of May have been increasing for the past few years.

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15 June 2020 @ 07:59

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Fuel prices due to the coronavirus crisis and a lowered price cap on energy bills have been weighing on the energy supplier. The outlook for SSE is mixed.

12 June 2020 @ 21:01

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