Each week we’ll pick out the lastest news and innovations from the energy industry. Here’s the latest from the first Week of November.
Smart Meters still on track for 2016 targets:
Despite a slight delay with the operator, Smart Meter GB Director, Claire Maugham has declared that despite delays the organisation is still set to meet their targets. View more from Utility Week here:
New Start up:
There’s a new startup in the energy industry, as a Manchester based company begins to make promises of an energy exchange to support deprived communities across the world.
Read more from Utility Week
Wind Power, Most Popular UK Power Source
Wind Power is becoming the UK’s most popular source of electricity, despite the rise in Nuclear power and other sources of electricity. Renewables and Wind Power have become a pivotal and growingly popular source for electricity supply.
Find out more from The Guardian
Brexit halts investment into nuclear power
With the economical changes within the UK and Europe, the opening of Hinckley Point and investment in nuclear power seems to have taken a slight uturn in productivity.
Here’s some more information from The Independent
Smart Business Energy
Smart technology that could shave £90 off household energy bills and curb carbon emissions is being stymied by government policy, a leading thinktank has said…
More from the Guardian