Solar PV is making the transition from a subsidised industry to one that runs subsidy-free. Janet Wood discussed the transformation – and some bumps on the road – with NextEnergy Solar Fund’s Mike Bonte-Friedheim
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Ireland’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is prosecuting ESB over the temperature of cooling water discharged earlier this summer into the River Shannon from its peat-burning 100MW Lough Ree power plant in County Longford.
With political change in view, New Power and Accent asked the Expert Forum what should be the first ask for a new secretary of state
Energy companies have been talking about ‘energy as a service’ for decades, but new offers are all about the hardware. Janet Wood spoke to two companies about their ‘box-fresh’ options
LCP’s Kyle Martin takes a look at some of the implications of the Climate Change Committee report for the power sector
Anesco has launched a new venture aimed at the domestic solar and storage market.
Online bank Monzo has added an energy switching service to its app – although the switching options are currently limited to Ovo Energy and Octopus Energy.
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.
When Stuart Lacey joined Electralink in 2010, it seemed as though company’s major activity on behalf of the industry might be about to fall away.