Energy News
December 2018

U.K. water utility Northumbria Water (NWL) announced plans to install nine battery storage systems at its sites across England, in the North East, Essex, and Suffolk.
Thursday December 13, 2018 |  0 Comments Read More
A rise in energy consumption in Europe, particularly in the transport sector is causing a slowdown in EU efforts to reach renewables and energy efficiency targets, says the European Environment Agency (EEA) in its latest report.
Tuesday December 11, 2018 |  0 Comments Read More
Wind output in Scotland has broken through the 100% threshold for the first time with 109% of total electricity demand being met from renewables, according to new data.
Tuesday December 11, 2018 |  0 Comments Read More
One Select has become the eighth small energy firm to go bust this year, hitting around 36,000 households in England and Wales.
Monday December 10, 2018 |  0 Comments Read More

 

 

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