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UK firm in deal with Unilever to deliver Kenya offgrid solar

A UK provider of pay-as-you-go solar home systems has partnered with global consumer goods giant Unilever to deliver solar power to millions of off-grid homes in Kenya.

British government ponders nuclear dilemma

The British government is under pressure to make a decision on its potential involvement in the development of a nuclear power complex in Wales, with the discovery of fractures on a plant in Scotland adding greater impetus for a call to be made.

Capacity auctions: treating the symptoms, not the cause

Britain's energy market, once the envy of free-marketeers after Margaret Thatcher ended decades of nationalisation in the 1980s, is once again under the spotlight - for all the wrong reasons

UK capacity auctions: treating the symptoms, not the cause

Great Britain's energy market, once the envy of free-marketeers after Margaret Thatcher ended decades of nationalisation in the 1980s, is once again under the spotlight - for all the wrong reasons.

How power companies can reap IoT rewards

Unlocking value from the Internet of Things requires more than blind investments in technology. Those organisations most likely to pull ahead of their competitors will be the ones that focus on security, performance and standards.

How power companies can reap IoT rewards

Unlocking value from the Internet of Things requires more than blind investments in technology. Phil Beecher explains why those organisations most likely to pull ahead of their competitors will be the ones that focus on security, performance and standards

Nuclear industry vents ongoing concerns on Brexit Euratom decision

The decision by the British government to withdraw from the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) in tandem with its withdrawal from the European Union, or Brexit, is continuing to cause some concern for the future of the country's nuclear power industry.

Global leaders hold fast to Paris Accord despite US exit

Political and corporate leaders are re-affirming their commitment to the Paris Accord, despite the decision by the US government to pull out of the agreement last week.

A question of uncertainty

Among the myriad issues arising from the UK vote to leave the European Union are key questions relating to the country's role in the Euratom nuclear organization and the Internal Energy Market, writes Kelvin Ross

India and UK in joint à‚£240m renewable energy investment

Britain and India's commitment to renewable energy was underscored this week with the announcement of a joint investment of £240m by both governments aimed at growing the sector.

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