Some projects to develop new power cables between the U.K. and France are on hold because of uncertainties related to Brexit, throwing into question the delivery of infrastructure intended to reduce electricity costs in the U.K.
Plans for a subsea electricity cable linking Shetland to the mainland have been provisionally approved by the energy regulator.
Overall satisfaction with energy suppliers has fallen for the second year running after customers were battered by price rises and nine small firms collapsed, according to a survey.
A £20 million competition has been launched to give a boost to innovative ways of storing electricity, the Government has said.
As scientists seek more ways to harness nature’s power to produce renewable energy, there’s one energy source burned naturally every day that isn’t being harnessed: calories.
Theresa May pledged to take further action to prevent consumers being "overcharged" by big business as a price cap on gas and electricity for millions of homeowners came into force.
Highland council has approved an expansion to the electricity substation at Auchteraw, Fort Augustus, but said local councillors have the opportunity to consult communities on traffic, noise and landscape impacts.
A new energy company has inked a five-year deal with Shell for the supply of its power, gas and environmental products.
A marine service firm which launched a new offshore division in Aberdeen in December will install a new electricity cable in Orkney.
Shell Energy Europe will begin to supply electricity to industrial customers in the UK, the oil major revealed today.
A Tory former cabinet minister has hit out at the “virtual nationalisation“ of electricity production in the UK.
Northern Ireland is facing soaring energy bills unless work begins immediately on a cross-border interconnector, an influential committee of MPs has warned.
Engineering consultancy ABB has clinched a £230million deal to supply technology that will help connect the French and UK electricity networks.
A third of disabled people have cut back on their energy consumption over the last year to afford their bills, a charity said.
Environmental campaigners have hailed the “transformation” in electricity production after figures showed power generated in Scotland has a significantly smaller impact on climate change when compared to the UK average.
Energy prices are the top concern for an increasing number of consumers, while distrust for providers has also risen, a survey has found.
I am never quite clear why the government department that is now BEIS publish the latest breakdown of how power was generated to the grid a few days before Christmas, but it does mean there is less attention than there should be on what those changes show us.
Britain’s “Big Six” energy suppliers need a “kick up the backside” from the Government to ensure customers get the best deals, according to a former minister.
Energy supplier SSE has announced it will be freezing household energy prices until at least April 2017.
Wind turbines in Scotland provided enough electricity to supply the average needs of almost all Scotland’s homes last month, according to a report.
Millions of British households are paying more for their energy than they need to because of the mistaken belief they are on the cheapest tariff, a survey suggests.
Renewable energy in the US accounted for 16.9% of electricity generation in the first half of 2016, new figures have revealed.
Energy regulator Ofgem has put forward plans to slash National Grid’s budget by £185.4million.
Beijing has warned Australia it could reduce investment in the country following the decision to block a Chinese takeover of its biggest energy grid, a news report said.
Australia made a preliminary decision to reject bids for its Ausgrid electricity network from Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing and State Grid Corp. of China amid growing opposition to selling infrastructure assets to overseas investors.