Planning permission for onshore wind is to be relaxed, the Government has announced.
A £2.7 billion pipeline network connecting hydrogen hubs in Scotland to Germany could create hundreds of jobs and see the country become a major exporter to the EU.
The UK’s energy regulator is looking into how to get households to use less when demand peaks or there’s little wind power, as part of efforts to decarbonise the grid.
Sympower helps balance the supply and demand of electricity across international energy networks.
Over half of European small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) think their country’s dependency on fossil fuels is behind business-threatening energy bills, and want investments in renewable energy programmes to help them generate their own power.
UK homes will send an average of £5,700 abroad to foreign gas producers to heat their homes and water and cook food by the middle of the next decade, new analysis suggests.
Norway’s biggest oil and gas companies are reviving exploration plans in Arctic waters, as the government agitates for fresh discoveries in the Barents Sea to secure the country’s future as a key energy supplier to Europe.
A group of Western European nations led by Germany and France have committed to massively ramping up the production of clean energy from wind turbines in the North Sea, to both meet climate targets and reduce their strategic energy dependence on Russia.
The UK High Court has granted Greenpeace permission to proceed with a Judicial Review of the Government’s decision to launch a new licensing oil and gas round, with fossil fuel companies submitting more than 100 licences to explore for new oil and gas.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt has delivered his Spring Budget, which may disappoint those who wanted to see more support for the UK’s net zero economy.