A wind farm in the northern Highlands recently hit a major milestone after it exported electricity to the National Gird for the first time.
The UK power generation industry is headed for its greenest year yet as more capacity for renewables is added and coal plants are needed less often.
As we endure these challenging times, the climate emergency persists, and the planet continues to be threatened. Without a strong and stable economy, the funds to invest in a greener, cleaner future simply won’t be there. Even with the fall in carbon emissions, our modelling shows that the pandemic will only reduce demand through to 2050 by 8%.1
Scotland’s electricity network is to benefit from new technology that can restore power within 24 hours if severe weather leads to a loss of electricity this winter.
National Grid Plc is starting a hydrogen research facility to test how Britain’s gas transmission network can be used to transport hydrogen to heat homes or applied to industry.
The long-awaited United Nations Climate Change Conference will be a chance to “reset the benchmark” ahead of the worldwide push for net zero, according to one of the leading figures behind the event.
Energy firms have united on plans to create a multi-billion pound “electric superhighway” cable link in the North Sea.
The Moray East wind project has reached a major onshore milestone in Aberdeenshire after laying 300,000 metres of cable to provide power to the National Grid.
The 20 year saga of connecting – or not connecting - the Western Isles to the National Grid via a subsea cable across the Minch has taken a new and dramatic turn which should surely change the terms of the debate.
A number of the oil and gas industry’s biggest players have joined forces to speed up the decarbonisation of industry and power.
A new subsea power cable to France has been launched which will be able to provide enough zero carbon electricity for a million British homes, National Grid has said.
Qatar Petroleum is set to ramp up exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the UK as the Persian Gulf country seeks buyers for the output from a new project and several large supply contracts are due to expire.
Green energy produced by UK and Dutch North Sea wind farms could soon be fed into both countries domestic systems as part of efforts to hit net zero carbon goals.
Immediate action is required for Britain to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, according to a report by the country's electricity system operator.
The UK Government has said it will relax planning legislation to make it easier for companies to construct "bigger" batteries for the storage of renewable energy from solar and wind farms across the UK.
London’s blue-chip FTSE 100 Index fell 106.54 points, or 1.73%, to 6,049.62 as Covid-19 continued to weigh heavily on the world’s leading financial markets today.
Two “world-leading” machines are to be installed at a power site in Moray in a £20million project to make using renewable energy in the electricity grid easier and cleaner.
No boat? No problem! National Grid powers ahead passing halfway mark to lay the world’s longest subsea cable
Construction of the longest subsea power cable in the world has now passed the halfway point and achieved a major engineering feat to enable Norway’s zero carbon hydro energy to be shared with the UK.
A number of top UK-based energy firms have urged Westminster to deliver a clean Covid-19 recovery plan.
Arenko Group, a leading battery software services provider to the multi-billion-dollar global battery automation market, is pleased to be supporting National Grid by exclusively trialling a new upward and downward reserve flexibility service from its 41MW Bloxwich battery asset in a first of its kind trial for batteries.
British companies are preparing for the UK government to decide how to spend more than $1 billion on infrastructure capable of capturing and burying millions of metric tons of carbon dioxide pollution.
A consumer watchdog has urged Ofgem to bring people along on the road to net zero as the regulator presented its plan to help decarbonise the UK.
Hundreds of thousands of people will need to be recruited into the energy sector to reach the goal to cut emissions to net zero by 2050, a report for National Grid shows.
Energy regulator Ofgem has launched an investigation into a £1.3billion subsea cable which transports renewable energy between Scotland, England and Wales.
National Grid is confident it can resolve issues in the US after the governor of New York threatened to revoke its gas licence.