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  • UK energy professionals’ concerns: Brexit uncertainty and key high capital projects

    The “fog of uncertainty” around Brexit and policy shortcomings has intensified and is resting heavy on the minds of energy professionals in the UK. That’s the findings of the Energy Institute’s (EI) latest Energy Barometer, an annual ‘state of the nation’ survey of experts across the industry. It states last year’s concerns about the potential […]

    Posted at June 19, 2018 » By : » Categories : News » Comments Off on UK energy professionals’ concerns: Brexit uncertainty and key high capital projects
  • Smaller energy firms required to give £140 discount to vulnerable customers

    Smaller energy suppliers will soon have to give vulnerable customers, including pensioners, £140 off their energy bills. Around 2.2 million people currently receive the one-off discount on their electricity bills between September and March every year under the Warm Home Discount scheme. The government said energy firms with more than 150,000 customer accounts – currently […]

    Posted at June 18, 2018 » By : » Categories : News » Comments Off on Smaller energy firms required to give £140 discount to vulnerable customers
  • “Blue sky thinking”: Grid connected storage is good for the National Grid

    As the demand for green, low carbon energy increases, the debate over what type of energy we use intensifies. The UK government, along with the rest of the EU, has pledged to certain renewable energy targets in the near future, which means that the National Grid needs to review what type of energy it draws […]

    Posted at June 18, 2018 » By : » Categories : News » Comments Off on “Blue sky thinking”: Grid connected storage is good for the National Grid