The UK is at risk of missing its carbon emission reduction targets despite Government ambition, the CBI is warning.
GE’s smart meters have helped a community in Oxfordshire to cut its energy consumption by 10% as part of a Scottish and Southern Energy project backed by the Department of Energy and Climate Change and regulator Ofgem.
Groupe Eurotunnel and STAR Capital have announced plans to run an electricity interconnection cable along the Channel Tunnel to link together UK and French networks.
Swiss smart meter company Landis+Gyr recently acquired by Japanese giant Toshiba has received a major contract today from one of North America’s largest utilities, Hydro-Quebec.
UK energy regulator Ofgem announced yesterday that six low-carbon network projects will compete for a share of £64 million in funding.
UK Business Secretary Vince Cable yesterday fleshed out the Coalition’s plans for its Green Investment Bank, showcasing his vision of an ‘enduring institution’.
The familiar profile of the 90,000 electricity pylons that span the UK are to get a makeover, thanks to a new £10k design competition announced today.
The UK needs a “strong, independent” energy regulator to secure the country’s low-carbon future, said Energy and Climate Change Secretary Chris Huhne yesterday, as he presented the conclusions of the Government’s review of Ofgem.
Swiss energy management and smart meter firm Landis+Gyr is to be acquired by Japanese electronics giant Toshiba in a deal worth $2.3 billion.