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National Grid, the company responsible for managing the UK’s power network, has outlined plans for a £10bn ($17.9bn) overhaul of the country’s transmission & distribution networks, which will help to support the 35 GW of renewable energy that is expected to come online by 2020.

Utility-scale and floating energy storage firsts in Singapore

nnovations and developments of energy storage in SIngapore are being advanced by the state's Energy Market Authority.

EU chief praises power industry as sector calls for fair price

European power plant suppliers came in for praise for their efforts in aligning with EU ambitions for a cleaner energy sector at the EPPSA'S annual conference in Brussels on Monday.

Predictions for UK’s low carbon transition in 2021

commitments by governments and businesses to the low carbon transition will be firmly in the spotlight throughout 2021.

Pandemic frames IEA forecasts in World Energy Outlook

The IEA has called for a surge in well-designed energy policies to put create a resilient energy system to meet climate goals.

UK WHOLESALE MARKET: Is it doom and gloom for the UK power sector?

The electricity market is rarely out of the news - whether because of concerns about security of supply or individual power stations being affected by flooding.

Investors look for greener markets to reduce fossil fuel exposure

The global investment in technologies enabling the energy transition has reached $500 billion in 2020, a new IEEFA report has found.


GE Energy has said that the proposed Wandoan project in Queensland, Australia could produce 400 MW of power pre-carbon capture and would be capable of capturing 90 per cent of the CO2 in the fuel stream for future storage.

Industry opinion: Flying a kite ” the 100 per cent renewables myth

Why conventional power generation is not the enemy in the fight for a carbon-free future

Green funding for blue sky thinking

This year the European Commission (EC) has ring-fenced €359 million ($485 million) for research projects that promote low-carbon energy technologies - the largest sum of money made available by the EU's research programmes, previously called 'Framework Programmes'.