A new report concludes that energy policy is too often not designed for the end user and the result “is a patchwork of overlapping, poorly coordinated and confusing policy choices”.
Some of the most influential players in the European energy sector have revealed their predictions for what will happen in the energy sector in 2019.
One of the first unbiased, major comprehensive reviews of blockchain has concluded that the technology is “actually delivering on its promises in a number of areas directly related to energy”.
A new energy company for consumers with solar panels has launched in the UK with a pledge to “transform the energy industry by turning it on its head” and cut bills by up to 70 per cent.
How does one describe the pace of change within the electric power generation mix now from three short decades ago?
The UK government’s smart meter programme has been derailed by rising costs and slipped timescales, according to a damning report by the National Audit Office.
The digitalization of the electricity sector marks the second energy revolution, according to Joanna Hubbard of blockchain company Electron.
The radical change in the European energy sector in recent years is simply the beginning of a sustained transformation, a Siemens boss said today.