The Energy Bulletin: In the news April 2017

This month, we’ve seen huge news – a snap General Election scheduled for June – and some huge new milestones – record-breaking renewable energy generation and supplies. Read on to find out the top stories for the UK energy market for April 2017. General Election 2017: Energy bill cap ‘will hit consumers’ | BBC News […]

The Energy Bulletin: In the news March 2017

This month, news of where spending will be dedicated was announced in the Spring Budget, and a new milestone was met for UK renewables. There was also news of a large-scale smart meter deadline being missed, and a new appointment to the Climate Change Committee– keep reading to discover the biggest energy market headlines from […]

The Energy Bulletin: In the news February 2017

February has been an exciting month in the energy industry, with positive developments in European Parliament, as well as exciting progress for renewable energy across the continent. There are concerns about how a ‘Brexit’ may affect the energy industry, and support for consumers from Ofgem – keep reading to discover the biggest energy market headlines […]

The Energy Bulletin: In the news January 2017

This month, we’ve heard how leaving the EU may affect the energy industry, there have been huge leaps for tidal power in Wales, and Ofgem warns Big Six suppliers not to hike up their energy costs. Keep reading to discover the biggest energy market headlines from January 2017. Energy sector reacts to Brexit plan | […]

The Energy Bulletin: In the news December 2016

December kicked off with big news for Opus Energy and the Drax power group, plus updates to the RHI scheme, a push from Wales to improve their national renewable energy offerings and the final figures for energy supplier switching in 2016. Read all the latest energy market news here. Drax moves away from coal to […]

The Energy Bulletin: In the news November 2016

Just in we have news from the Autumn Statement from our brand new Chancellor, plus figures from energy efficiency savings and speculation as to how the US election may impact the UK energy infrastructure in future years. Read this month’s biggest energy market stories below. Autumn statement 2016: Key climate and energy announcements | Carbon […]

The Energy Bulletin: In the news October 2016

In energy news this October, the UK has seen many recommendations on ways to increase the prosperity of its renewable energy generation and offering. From dropping off an international energy league table, to the possibility of a future-changing tidal power plant, find out what’s moving in the energy markets this month. The Swansea Bay tidal […]

The Energy Bulletin: In the news September 2016

Autumn has arrived, and with it comes news that the first large-scale tidal energy farm is hitting the shores of the UK. Plus, news of the Hinkley Point power plant and critics of the National Grid gas business sale speak up – find out more in our September news round-up below. World’s first large-scale tidal […]

The Energy Bulletin: In the news August 2016

Welcome to this month’s energy news round-up. From new statistics that reveal the UK is consuming less energy now than it was nearly 10 years ago, to the pre-Brexit subsidy cuts and debates on the Hinkley Point power plant, we’ve got all the latest and biggest headlines below. Why the UK is using less energy, […]

The Energy Bulletin: In the news July 2016

This month, a new Prime Minister and new cabinet see big departmental changes, while international eyes are on the UK’s renewable energy targets for 2020. Read on to find out the top energy industry stories from July 2016. The end of DECC: the reaction | Utility Week 18 years after its inception, the DECC is […]