Wednesday, July 24, 2024

FT: West London faces new homes ban due to electricity shortage

Developers in west London face a potential ban on new developments until 2035 because the electricity network in the area has hit capacity, the...

Fourth Contracts for Difference round secures enough to power around 12 million homes

'A record amount' of renewable energy has been secured through the biggest ever round of the UK government’s flagship auction scheme, the Department for...

Committee launches inquiry on geothermal technologies

In the latest stage of its Technological Innovation and Climate Change inquiry, the Environmental Audit Committee has announced their intention to look at the...

Vehicle-to-grid chargepoints can improve battery life in electric vehicles and reduce carbon emissions and...

Research from a government-funded project involving academics in the University of Nottingham's Faculty of Engineering shows that by careful charging and discharging, EV battery...

Ofgem publishes report following review into networks’ response to Storm Arwen

Energy regulator Ofgem has published its findings following a six-month review launched in December 2021 to establish what went wrong and what industry needs to...

MOSL announces successful projects from latest round of Market Improvement Fund

MOSL, the market operator of the non-household retail water market, have announced the winners of the second Market Improvement Fund round. The Fund offers individuals...

Industry survey reveals cost as main barrier to adopting clean energy technologies

The survey conducted by Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC), who accelerate real-world development and deployment of ground-breaking technologies for an affordable net zero energy...

New project launched to boost number of women working in offshore wind

The Offshore Wind Industry Council (OWIC) and the University of East Anglia (UEA) have announced a new joint research project which aims to tackle...

Independent report finds strong investment case for smarter water meters in non-household market

There is a strong benefit case for water companies rolling out enhanced metering technology to non-household customers, an independent research report has concluded. The report,...

Regulators join forces to launch advice service for water innovators

The Drinking Water Inspectorate, Ofwat and the Environment Agency have launched a new joint service to improve advice and slash response times for water...