Are individuals disrupting the power market through their investment choices as well as their consumer choices?

“Uncertainty” is the word of the moment. Politicians and media from right and left have been talking about it. Not least it was a recurring theme during last Wednesday’s Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee meeting, which addressed questions about the future direction of our energy market at a … Read more...

Re-Energising Wales: Funding renewable energy projects report launch

A guest blog by Shea Jones of the IWA to mark the launch of a report into how best to raise finance for renewable energy projects from within Wales. Read more...

Explainer: Combined Heat & Power

What is Combined Heat & Power? We explain in a short blog. Read more...

Bioliquid isn’t perfect but it’s halfway there

We need to make our energy supply more sustainable, and bioliquids are playing an increasingly important role in achieving that. Find out how Living Power are leading the way in sustainable bioliquid energy and the hurdles still to cross. Read more...

What does the end of DECC mean?

Theresa May, in her first full day as Prime Minister, scrapped the Department for Energy and Climate Change as an independent government department. So what now? Read more...

Living Power: Creating clean electricity from used cooking oil

Exactly what is bioliquid? Conor explains how upcoming project Living Power converts used cooking oil into green electricity for the Grid. Read more...

Why wait 10 years for Hinkley when we can have cheaper power now?

Poor Hinkley C. The list of unfavourable headlines surrounding the project only appears to grow longer, with the most recent analysis by Green Hedge showing we can have cheaper power, built quicker, from renewables. Read more...

EdF (in the US) shows that wind makes better sense than nuclear

Within the same company, EDF is doing very different things either side of the Atlantic. The returns to the US of pursuing wind look likely to be far greater than the nuclear gamble the UK arm has taken. Read more...

The demise of Hinkley C is near-inevitable.

There is only one argument left in support of Hinkley C, says Chris Goodall, and even that might not be good enough when you look at what else the money could build. Read more...

The effect of Feed-in Tariff cuts

The four things you should know about Feed-in Tariff cuts and your investments. Read more...