Policy & Regulation

News and analysis concerning policy & regulation in the energy sector, including regulatory changes, bills, laws, utility compliance issues and shifts in government structure and policy. This includes project finance, energy sector surveys and reports on energy market trends, business risks and opportunities, together with information on cross border transmission and distribution.

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Brits could save more than £57k on fuel by switching to...

New research by EDF has revealed the average British motorist could stand to save over £57,000 on fuel by switching to an electric vehicle.

Decentralised or centralised renewables – options for Europe’s energy system

Decentralised or centralised renewables are the two scenarios proposed for the ongoing evolution of Europe’s network development plan.
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Eskom CEO’s push for cost-reflective tariffs welcomed at Digital African Utility...

Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter’s move toward cost-reflective tariffs instead of leaning on taxpayers to subsidise the state utility was welcomed at the opening session of Digital Africa Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa.
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Siemens Smart Infrastructure chief shares 2021 predictions

Siemens and Smart Infrastructure has been helping local enterprise partnerships (LEPs) and local governments address energy challenges in transport, industry and infrastructure.
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Green transport and energy to fuel Europe’s recovery from COVID-19

The EU’s transport and energy sectors will be vital in post-COVID-19 Europe and can be a driver of the green economic recovery.
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African Utility Week announces new brand and vision: Enlit Africa

African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa has unveiled its new name, identity and vision, Enlit Africa, during the opening session of the digital edition of the event.
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EU bank to promote hydrogen sector with French consortium

France Hydrogène has signed a deal with the European Investment Bank (EIB) to support players in the hydrogen sector.
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Europe’s electricity networks need more cross-border exchange, storage by 2040

Europe’s electricity networks need 93GW additional cross-border exchange and 485GWh storage capacity by 2040 to meet climate targets, ENTSO-E finds.
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Siemens Energy partners to decarbonise petrochemical industry

A new partnership has been formed by Siemens Energy and Linde Engineering to decarbonise the petrochemical industry.

Tracking renewable energy sources 24/7

EnergyTag has been launched to develop a standard for renewable energy users to track the provenance of their energy on an hourly basis.

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