1. Public perception of nuclear revealed in Yougov poll
1. The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee launches an investigation into the future of UK energy infrastructure
On Thursday 17 January 2019, Hitachi announced its suspension of the Wyfla Newydd nuclear project.
Last week, the Department for Transport launched a call for evidence on how to better use and implement light rail and other rapid transit solutions in cities and towns.
The UK energy market has now seen seven providers collapse in 2018.
The UK’s Capacity Market has been suspended following a legal challenge by an energy technology firm, Tempus Energy.
1. Toshiba announced its intention to wind-up Nugen
With a final Brexit deal yet to be agreed there were several issues the 2018 Budget could only partially address, which may explain the Chancellor of the Exchequer saying he could upgrade the spring statement to a full fiscal event if necessary.
The SNP’s hope is that Brexit can swing public opinion towards independence.
Last month, the EU carbon emissions price hit a 10-year high.
Dataset Agreement Could be an Important Step in the Evolution of a Distribution System Operator Model
ElectraLink has signed a contract with National Grid which gives the Electricity System Operator (ESO) visibility of renewable generation within distribution networks.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport this month published the Civil Society Strategy.