Gas

David Cameron Reveals Energy Pledge

Energy Markets

David Cameron Reveals Energy Pledge

Prime Minister David Cameron unexpectedly announced during, Prime Ministers Question’s (PMQs) on Wednesday 17th September 2012, his initiative to commit energy firms to a pledge to put all customers on the lowest tariff available under new laws.

UK’s Power Shortage Looms

Energy Generation

UK’s Power Shortage Looms

The UK can expect power outages within three to four years if nothing is done to build new generating capacity.

Indonesia-Malaysia Power Transmission Line Plans Kick-Off

Energy Generation

Indonesia-Malaysia Power Transmission Line Plans Kick-Off

Malaysia and Indonesia can look forward to power-sharing as plans for the interconnecting transmission line are propelled in to action.

Interview with Albert van den Noort, smart grids specialist at DNV Kema

Energy Retail

Interview with Albert van den Noort, smart grids specialist at DNV Kema

'It is essential that parties have the same understanding of what a smart grid is and how it should be realized' PowerMatching City – is a live smart grid project involving 25 households in the Hoogkerk district in the northern part of the Netherlands.

Ethiopia-Kenya Power Line Enters Second Phase

Energy Generation

Ethiopia-Kenya Power Line Enters Second Phase

The Ethiopia-Kenya power line will see Kenya receive much-needed clean electrical power from its neighbor.

A New 500MW Subsea Cable Connects Britain and Ireland

Energy Generation

A New 500MW Subsea Cable Connects Britain and Ireland

Both the UK and Ireland can look forward to enhanced energy security and competitive power tariffs now that their grids are connected.

Going Solar – Morocco to Save 2.5m Tons of Fossil Fuel

Energy Generation

Going Solar – Morocco to Save 2.5m Tons of Fossil Fuel

Morocco’s solar energy plans are well-underway as investments are sought.

France’s Energy Price Capping Continues

Energy Retail

France’s Energy Price Capping Continues

France’s government continues to cap energy prices despite the country’s high court ruling against it.