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The energy crisis beyond the obvious: why DSOs matter

EU energy prices and especially natural gas prices surged sharply, prompting countries to reactivate coal-fired electricity generation
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Energy consumers churning around

At a time when GB energy markets are more in flux than ever, Anna Moss describes how utilities are tackling customer churn in the domestic energy market.
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Europe replaces 50% of electricity meters with smart models

More than half of electricity meters in Europe are now smart, a new report released by Berg Insight has found.
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Gap between cheapest UK energy deals and price cap shrinks to lowest level

Research from Cornwall Insight’s ‘Domestic tariff report’ highlights the level of savings made by a customer switching to a new energy tariff in the UK has reduced significantly.
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EU Commission unveils new toolbox to address rising energy prices

A new toolbox has been introduced by the EU Commission to address the current instability within the bloc's energy market
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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
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Ed’s note: Soaring energy prices – Do we have a plan B?

Right now, the energy prices in Europe are skyrocketing. How did this happen and do we have a plan b, wonders editor Areti Ntaradimou.
clean hydrogen

Energy giants launch world’s largest clean hydrogen infrastructure fund

TotalEnergies and Air Liquide have partnered with VINCI to launch what they are calling the world's largest clean hydrogen infrastructure fund.
Jersey Electricity

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.
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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