The Week in Energy 19/09/18

Plans For New Cumbria Nuclear Power Station On Verge Of Collapse

Plans for a new nuclear power station in Cumbria are on the verge of collapsing after the Toshiba-owned company behind it laid off 60% of its workforce and embarked on a final effort to sell the project.

RedT Energy Wins Uk Public Sector Battery Storage Deal

The Australian firm, who have a base in Livingston, Scotland, have been awarded the contract to supply energy storage solutions to the NHS, Local Authorities, Schools and Universities across the UK.

UK Residents ‘Ten Times More Likely Die Due To Cold Home Than A Traffic Accident’

Poor planning and a lack of national resources meant people in the UK were almost ten times more likely to die from a cold home than a road traffic accident during the cold snap last winter, a new report claims.

UK Government Says No-deal Brexit Will Have No Impact On Energy Businesses

Britain’s government said on Tuesday that exiting the European Union without a deal after a March 2019 deadline will not change the operating environment for oil and gas businesses.

Customers Of Small Energy Challenger Bulb Hit By Third Price Hike Of The Year

The green energy supplier is raising prices again, this time by 11.1%. An average annual bill will cost Bulb customers £1,025, an increase from £923 – a rise of £8.50 per month or £102 per year, from 11 November.


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