Finance & Investment
A new report highlighting measures which the US state of Washington can adopt to recover from COVID-19 whilst addressing climate change released.
India’s rapid progress in sustainable economic growth and clean energy can be a model for nations looking to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic through the adoption of green stimuli.
Ofgem has published its final proposals for new ongoing requirements for suppliers to drive up customer service standards, reduce the risk of supplier failure and strengthen the safety net for consumers if a supplier goes out of business.
Features and Analysis
At the beginning of the COVID pandemic, utility companies were quick to reassure consumers that there would not be disconnections for non-payment of bills.
COVID-19 disruptions will reduce the annual smart meter shipments in 2020 by 25%, according to a new report issued by ABI Research.
DISTRIBUTECH International seeks to bring all of the utility industry’s players together, from asset managers to distribution engineers to AMI evangelists and smart city pioneers.
Policy & Regulation
The International Energy Agency has presented it's global COVID-19 recovey plan for the global energy sector, the Sustainable Recovery Plan, which focuses on a series of actions that can be taken over the next three years to revitalise economies and boost employment while making energy systems cleaner and more resilient.
Feed-in Tariff costs for the upcoming quarterly levelisation* could reach an all-time high, covering the period April – June 2020.