Energy, Fuel & Utilities

New digital map of underground pipes and cables on track to grow economy

The emerging digital map of power and broadband cables, gas and water pipes and other underground infrastructure is now available across the whole of England and Wales.

New study highlights UK role in Australia’s wind energy growth

A new study highlights significant opportunities for the UK to share its windfarm expertise with Australia’s burgeoning offshore wind (OSW) market.

Costain upgrades cooling towers at Connah’s Quay Power Station

Costain has successfully completed packing upgrades on the cooling towers at Uniper’s Connah’s Quay power station, in Flintshire, North Wales.

SSE Renewables to take 320MW battery energy storage system forward

The development will help to balance energy supply and demand more effectively.

NG Bailey IT Services, Infinigate and Nokia partner in the UK to unlock 5G potential

The IT Services business of NG Bailey has launched a new partnership with Infinigate and Nokia to accelerate the adoption and usage of 5G technology within key industries in the UK. 

New laws passed to bolster energy security and deliver net zero

The biggest piece of energy legislation in the UK’s history has become law.

Scottish wind deal streamlines projects

The Scottish Government has agreed a new deal which will see the development of onshore wind projects streamlined.

Thermal water system technology could reduce energy bills

The patent revolves around the dynamic control of a water provision system in buildings.

EV boost as charging hub opens

A new electric vehicle charging hub has been opened in Birmingham, which is large enough to charge 180 cars simultaneously.

Flagship renewables scheme energised

A record number of projects have received funding through the government’s Contracts for Difference scheme.