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SNRG and Australian start-up expand UK microgrid market

UK microgrids developer SNRG has partnered with Australian decentralised energy systems management firm Gridcognition to electrify residential households in the UK.

Does Centrica’s US strategy indicate UK nuclear exit?

Centrica plans to expand in North America in a move that could signal the end of its interest in nuclear power plant development in the UK.

Qatar in rumoured Centrica buyout

Qatar is rumoured to be discussing buying a big part of British Gas owner Centrica. 

Centrica exits wind power

Centrica has sold its 50 per cent stake in the Lincs offshore wind farm off the coast of the UK, thereby ending its presence in the wind energy sector.

Major management shakeup at Centrica

The managing director of British Gas, Chris Weston, is the latest executive to depart Centrica, as the company reels from successive leadership departure announcements.

Centrica acquires further electricity generation

Centrica plc announced that it has acquired IVO Energy Limited's 100 per cent interest in Regional Power Generators (RPG) Limited, which owns and operates the 240 MW Glandford Brigg power station in Lincolnshire. This will provide Centrica with a total generation capacity of 1700 MW.

Centrica chief to replace Soames at Aggreko

The head of British Gas is to vacate his role in order to take up the chief executive position at temporary energy provider Aggreko.

Centrica joins the UK’s Hydrogen Taskforce

Centrica has joined the Hydrogen Taskforce, adding its extensive experience in providing low-carbon and sustainable energy to the UK.

Centrica starts blockchain energy trial

Centrica is undertaking a trial to explore how blockchain technology could revolutionize the way consumers buy and sell energy.

Centrica adds to UK generating capacity

In a lease deal worth £173.5m ($252m), the UK's largest electricity and gas supplier, Centrica, has acquired plant operating leases for two East Anglia power plants with combined capacity of 705 MW, from Eastern Energy's US owner, TXU.

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