Zouk Capital has entered exclusive negotiations with the government to manage the £400 million Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund (CIIF), one of a package of measures aimed at helping to increase the uptake of electric vehicles.
Network operators have launched new reforms that will cut the paperwork required for connecting electric vehicles (EVs) and heat pumps to the grid.
The National Infrastructure Commission has launched a call for evidence on regulation.
Janet Wood spoke to Arlington Energy’s Matt Clare about the opportunities of an uncertain market
Thrive’s Matthew Clayton says it is time for the renewables industry to get used to the uncertainty profile of a mature sector
“I was hoping to get answers to questions, rather than the opportunity to ask questions,” was the response of more than one member of the energy industry invited to BEIS meetings (separately for gas and electricity sectors) in February on the ‘no-
The government and Ofgem must apply the “same fervour” to decarbonising UK gas as it has done to decarbonising electricity, argues Conservative think tank Bright Blue, in order to meet national targets.
Ratings agencies have signalled a tough five years for UK networks during the next price control periods.
There are five reinforcement projects on the transmission network likely to be taken forward this year that could be opened up to competition, according to National Grid ESO.
A network with local markets and with competition at a variety of points was signalled in discussion at an Energy Networks Association (ENA) meeting to discuss progress in the ‘Open Networks’ initiative so far.