British Gas to Take Control of Your Home-But in a Good Way
British Gas will trial smart prepaid meters and connected boilers as part of a move towards a fully connected home offering.
Africa Can Get Its Electricity Faster
Fast tracking energy into Africa could be the answer to the continent’s extremely low access to grid power.
Nigeria’s Privatized Power Sector Is Experiencing Teething Problems
The low power supply, vandalism and poor metering are frustrating Nigeria’s plans for a robust privatized power sector.
Gasrec in Support of EU Carbon Emission Strategy
Gasrec welcomes the new EU strategy to reduce carbon emissions from heavy-duty road transport.
California’s Energy Strategy Saves it from Power Crisis
California relies more heavily on its other renewable energy sources and efficiency strategies to keep the lights on.
UK's Onshore Plans Blowing in the Wind
Shale gas is back on the government’s agenda but its financial viability and environmental safety is still in question.
Long-Term Focus Will See Oil and Gas Industry Succeed
The oil and gas industry is planning ahead for long-term sustainability.
Distributed Generation – A Force to be Reckoned With
Distributed generation is becoming popular fast for a number of reasons and the utility needs to embrace this trend.
New England Seeks to Tap Canadian Hydropower
Power-hungry southern New England wants to draw on Canada’s plentiful hydropower
Solar Energy Costs on Par with Conventional Power
Solar energy finally costs the same as conventionally-generated electricity in parts of Europe.
Energy Storage-Winds of Change
General Electric’s new wind turbine, with its energy storage capability, could create a tipping point for the wind power industry.