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Ofgem puts forth plan for electricity costs on region level

Ofgem puts forth plan for electricity costs on region level: Ofgem has suggested a new plan that could have the UK shift from placing wholesale electricity prices at a national level to either a regional or local level. This is just one of the amendments of the UK’s energy system Ofgem proposed to help the…
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Non nuclear energy systems will not be as sustainable.

Non nuclear energy systems will not be as sustainable. Building viable and pure energy systems will be harder, unsafe and more expensive without nuclear. This is one of the adventurous discoveries of the International Energy Agency‘s Nuclear Power and Secure Energy Transitions analysis which implies nuclear power could play a significant role in helping countries…
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Payments made to households using energy off-peak

Payments made to households using energy off-peak Homes across the UK may be soon paid to use less energy at peak times. The scheme begun by National Grid aims to boost the grid’s resilience, stop the danger of blackouts and slash household carbon dioxide emissions. The initiative is made to set up families with smart…
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Rollout of heat network zones in the UK

Rollout of heat network zones in the UK The government will proceed with its plans to develop heat network zones. A heat network zone is described as a chosen area within which heat networks are the lowest expenditure, low carbon solution for the heat decarbonisation of an area. The government’s disclosure will persue a consultation…
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bp vows to invest £18bn by 2030 in UK’s energy

bp vows to invest £18bn by 2030 in UK’s energy: bpt has pledged to invest £18 billion in the UK energy system before the end of 2030. The London located energy firm said it will additionally increase its North Sea oil and gas production while decreasing operation emissions. It will also finance lower carbon energy…
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Ireland to UK interconnector will begin development

Ireland to UK interconnector will begin development: A €500 million (£417m) under sea & underground electricity interconnector that will join up the grids of Ireland & Britain has finished its investment stage. The construction of the 190 kilometre interconnector is anticipated to begin in the approaching weeks. The ‘Greenlink’ project consists of a 160 kilometre…
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Will smart meters be “obsolete” by 2033?

Will smart meters be “obsolete” by 2033?: According to reports, smart meters will become ‘dumb’ because they cannot handle 4G or 5G connection technologies. Customers would have to pay a staggering £2 billion for smart meters that will not operate after 2033, according to a research by This Is Money. According to the research, more…
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Carbon data monitoring for a digitalised net zero energy system

Carbon data monitoring for a digitalised net zero energy system: If the UK is to achieve net zero emissions, a mandate for carbon data monitoring should be implemented. That is only one of the proposals made by the government-commissioned Energy Digitalisation Taskforce, which was co-chaired by Ofgem and Innovate UK and released its report today…
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UK energy sector announces net zero pledge by 2030s

UK energy sector announces net zero pledge by 2030s: The UK’s energy sector has now committed to investing in as well as carrying out a net zero power system during the 2030s. Announced in the week COP26 begins, a new document by the energy industry says that there should be no additional investment in a…
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IRENA & Hydrogen Council to improve green hydrogen

IRENA & Hydrogen Council to improve green hydrogen: The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) along with the Hydrogen Council, a global CEO coalition, has united to collectively progress green hydrogen throughout the energy system as well as be instrumental in net zero goals worldwide. The Partnership Agreement indicates a new milestone in the history of…
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