The government’s Green Finance Strategy makes encouraging reading – if read in isolation from all the rest of the issue and a few historical facts.
It is commonplace to say that fusion is always 50 years away. Janet Wood looked behind the cliché and found at least one company that wants to have its first commercial-scale plant ready to go in five years.
Organisations have been providing evidence to the Treasury Select Committee’s inquiry into green finance and investment in the UK.
The supply industry is getting set for a major shakeup. SSE has admitted it is in talks to sell its customer services arm, with 5.7 million domestic customers, to Ovo Energy.
This month New Power Database has been tracking developments in GB’s growing energy storage market.
Electricity North West owners First State Investments and JP Morgan Asset Management have agreed to sell 50% of the company to Equitix and a consortium led by Kansai Electric Power Co.
Troubled Dublin-based green energy company Gaelectric has pulled the plug on its ambitious plans for a compressed air energy storage project in Northern Ireland.
Kiwi Power is working with the London borough of Greenwich to trial a plan to help residents use less electricity and earn rewards.
The Catholic church has become one of the largest single consumers of green gas certificates in the UK after it signed a new supply deal with British Gas.