- American Samoa
- Czech Republic
- Equatorial Guinea
- Hong Kong S.A.R., China
- New Zealand
- Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Sierra Leone
- South Africa
- South Korea
- Sri Lanka
- Turks and Caicos Islands
- United Arab Emirates
- United Kingdom
- United States
UK’s small power generators see payments slashed
To avoid market distortion, Ofgem has reduced payouts to small generators.
UK utility’s six-year smart grid pilot wraps up
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks have successfully completed a six-year smart grid pilot.
Will UK energy companies carry smart meter delay costs?
Price caps and smart meter costs could cripple the UK’s energy companies.
National Grid uses drones to monitor HV networks
National Grid UK has trained a team of drone operators to monitor its high-voltage electricity networks.
UK’s electricity grid ‘not as secure as Jersey’s’
Jersey Electricity has invested heavily into its critical infrastructure making it more reliable than the UK’s grid, claims local utility chief.
Scotland generates clean energy 'by the bucket load'
Scotland's wind and solar generation output hit new highs in May as the country moves towards its clean energy goals.
Battery flywheel system to balance UK’s energy grid
A flywheel battery hybrid energy storage system is to help alleviate growing pressure on Europe’s grid infrastructure.
Transparent billing could improve UK switching figures
A new default tariff would create a level playing field for utilities, says the Institute of Directors UK
Northern Powergrid and Nissan to explore innovative grid technology
Northern Powergrid, a UK electrical distribution company, has signed a contract with vehicle manufacturer Nissan.
Vattenfall – a ‘fresh’ new player in the UK supply market
Vattenfall is building on its renewable energy investments to offer a green power product to the UK B2B market
Scottish Power to build medium-voltage transmission link in Wales
Scottish Power Energy Networks is deploying Europe’s first medium-voltage transmission direct current link.