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Northern Ireland gas storage project secures greenlight as prices skyrocket

The UK government has approved the construction of a gas energy storage project in Northern Ireland amidst the energy crisis

UK’s net zero goal is ambitious but possible – Wärtsilä

Boris Johnson has said all of the UK's electricity is going to come from clean energy sources by 2035, however rapid increases in flexibility and thermal balancing will be needed to meet the target.

UK’s young engineering hopefuls receive $3.5m boost

GE's five-year, $3.5 million investment is part of its global Next Engineers programme, designed to increase the diversity of young people entering engineering.

Quinbrook announces Fortress – the UK’s ‘largest’ solar+storage project

Investment manager Quinbrook is set to start the construction of Fortress, the UK's largest solar plus energy storage system, in the first half of 2022.

UK energy price cap predicted to rise to £1,660

Due to wholesale gas and electricity prices continuing to reach new records, the Summer 2022 default tariff price cap has risen once again

Is flexibility the answer to UK energy woes?

As a result of the instability in the UK energy market due to increases in energy prices, some seven utility companies have ceased operating.

Net-zero investment needs to be protected through the UK energy crisis

The ongoing energy crisis in the UK supply market has possible spill-over effects for the wider net-zero transition - Cornwall Insights.

The UK now has 15 million smart meters on DCC network

The Data Communications Company (DCC) has confirmed that the 15 millionth smart meter has been connected to its national network.

Enlit Europe announces 50 headline speakers

50 days before Enlit Europe opens its doors for the very first in-person Enlit event, 50 new speakers have been announced for the event in Milan.

France threatens to limit power supply to British island over fishing rights

France has threatened to reduce the amount of electricity the country exports to the British Island of Jersey following continued disagreements over fishing rights with the British government.

Turkish utility DEDAS automates meter data acquisition and processing

DEDAS has partnered with Hytera to modernise its metering system with an automated meter reading infrastructure. 

Webinar 21 Oct: Towards a European data space for energy

The time is now to gather input from high-level experts and policymakers on how this energy data space can be best designed and deployed in the EU.