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UK’s first red extreme heat warning

UK’s first red extreme heat warning The UK’s energy networks are well equipped for the record shattering heat wave that may come in the near expected hours, the Energy Networks Association (ENA) has stated. On Friday, the Met Office gave out the first ever red warning for extreme heat for today and Tuesday. The Mayor…
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Ofgem to lower distribution connection charges via its SCR

Ofgem to lower distribution connection charges via its SCR: The regulator has issued its definitive Decision & Direction on the Access and Forward-Looking Charges Significant Code Review (SCR). The SCR outlines changes that will be created in network charges alongside how users gain access to the electricity distribution network. Ofgem has confirmed decreasing the overall…
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£375m Energy Security Strategy sealed by government

£375m Energy Security Strategy sealed by government: The government has now reported it will invest £375mn in technologies that could help the UK’s independence with energy. The plan contains £240 million to support the creation of hydrogen, £2.5 million of funding to expand next-gen nuclear technology & an additional £5 million in the way of…
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ENA programme observes 5 years of industry cooperation

ENA programme observes 5 years of industry cooperation: The first 5 years of collaboration throughout Britain’s energy networks & the broader energy sector, by means of Energy Networks Association’s (ENA) world leading Open Networks programme, has brought substantial change to a smarter, more adaptable UK energy system. To celebrate 5 years of improving the smart…
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From next year the UK’s gas system will be ready for 20% gas blend

From next year, the UK’s gas system will be ready for 20% gas blend: Beginning next year, Britain’s gas system will be able to send more hydrogen to families across the country. The Energy Networks Association (ENA) predicts in its study ‘Britain’s Hydrogen Blending Delivery Plan’ that all five of Britain’s gas grid providers will…
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The UK’s energy networks have lofty goals for 2022

The UK’s energy networks have lofty goals for 2022: The UK’s energy networks have declared aggressive ambitions for the coming year in order to achieve net zero energy. The proposals, led by the Energy Networks Association (ENA), prioritise flexibility and the drive toward decarbonization. Stakeholders, partners, and industry have all been involved in the process…
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Cows produce clean heat for 750,000 UK homes

Cows produce clean heat for 750,000 UK homes: Cows are doing their bit to help the UK cut its emissions created by household heating. Analysis from Energy Networks Association (ENA) details that enough biomethane green gas is currently being made to supply 770,654 homes. That is over the amount of all the households in the…
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Green energy fees to be moved from electricity to gas bills

Green energy fees to be moved from electricity to gas bills: The government is supposedly thinking about switching green energy levies from electricity to gas bills. As stated in reports, ministers will soon reveal plans that will have levies, containing the feed-in tariff as well as Contracts for Difference (CfDs) shift from customers’ electric to…
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