Are women making iroads on energy company boards?
The third party intermediate collapsed earlier this year leaving debts of over £94 million. Janet Wood took a look at where it went wrong for a company who’s ‘middleman’ role is often seen as relatively low risk
The measures of economic viability for a storage project are less certain than they are for more traditional technologies, such as a natural gas plant or a solar or wind farm, where project risks are familiar, says testing expert and consultancy D
Losing the Wylfa nuclear project on Anglesey has “the potential to inflict a major blow on the economy of north Wales if it is permanent” Ken Skates AM, Minister for the Economy and Transport in the Welsh government, told MPs at Westminster.
National Grid ESO wants to run tenders early next year for new ‘constraint management’ products in specific geographical areas.
One major cause of constraint in the southeast, and one likely to require new transmission lines to be built in the region, is power flows from the region’s growing array of interconnectors.
Rating agency S&P has set out its view of two mergers of major European utilities.
The agency looked at the rating implications of two acquisitions: Fortum acquiring Uniper; and E.On acquiring Innogy.
Can the decarbonisation agenda and electrification be a unifying force in Europe?
The UK is likely to have ‘associate’ status after Brexit in a new EU ‘DSO entity’ bringing together the bloc’s 2,400 distribution system operators.
Electricity market participants in GB may have to change their systems to accommodate an imbalance settlement period of 15 minutes, instead of the 30 minutes currently used.