All articles by Sam Tabahriti

Sam Tabahriti

The global trickle-down of China’s energy supply shortage

Global supply shortages continue to impact leading countries as they struggle to keep up with energy demand ahead of winter.

Intelligent battery management systems: an interview with Brill Power

Brill Power has created new intelligent battery management systems that will improve performance, lifetime, and safety.

India warns of power blackouts as coal supplies run critically low

India is facing a power crisis as stocks of coal in power plants have fallen to critical low levels.

Tensions mount inside government over bailout for UK energy companies

Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng and Chancellor Rishi Sunak have clashed as the chancellor seeks to hold firm ahead of a spending review.

National Grid “confident” that Britain will not go into blackouts

National Grid has forecast that the gap between electricity supply and demand will be narrower this winter, but lights will stay on.

France urges EU to cut UK and Jersey energy supply in fishing row

The French Government is pushing the EU to take a stronger stance in a dispute over the UK’s failure to provide sufficient fishing licences.

Ofgem appoints E.ON to take on customers hit by collapse of utilities

Following the latest collapse of energy firms amid a surge in wholesale prices, customers will be moved to E.ON.

UK Government announces country’s electricity to be green by 2035

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to pledge huge investment in clean energy as the UK seeks to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels.

UK Government to invest £200m in a bid to cut carbon emissions

The UK Government is encouraging businesses to bid for a share of £200m to help cut their carbon emissions.

Renewables giant Ørsted reveals multibillion-pound plans for Scotland

Orsted plans to invest £12bn in Scotland if it is successful with all five of its bids in the ScotWind offshore wind auction.