• Falling fossil fuels

    Fossil fuel generation fell to record lows last month for the second successive August. Rob Lalor, senior analyst at EnAppSys comments on why August has been an increasingly clean month for the power market.

  • EnAppSys: Clean energy derived from renewable sources hits record high

    Britain’s march towards a green future has been highlighted in a new report by EnAppSys which revealed that the amount of clean energy derived from renewable sources hit a record high in Q1 2019.

  • Gas overtakes coal for first time in recent history, says EnAppSys

    Rising carbon costs and coal plant closures across Europe have resulted in gas-fired power generation overtaking output from other forms of fossil fuels for the first time in recent history, according to a new report from energy market analyst EnAppSys.

  • Report highlights increased demand for energy efficient products

    The latest Electrical Accessories Market Report from AMA Research highlights the increasing consumer awareness for energy efficiency improvements, supporting carbon reduction and climate change targets.

  • Follow the money

    The US Senate recently voted against the proposed Green New Deal programme, designed to combat the threat of climate change by reducing sales of coal, oil and natural gas.

  • Renewables produce more power than fossil fuels in Q2

    For the second consecutive year renewables produced more power than fossil fuels in the first and second quarters of 2019 says a new report on the European power market from energy data analyst EnAppSys.

  • HVO biofuel: The future of data centre emergency power fuelling

    Mark Andrews, director of Crown Oil discusses the role of HVO (hydrotreated vegetable oil) biofuel in the futre of emergency power for data centres.

  • A fracking great Ponzi scheme

    2019 was supposed to be the year that American shale oil and gas producers finally reined in spending, with the goal of funding all new development from free cash flow. And just like every other year, it didn’t take long for those plans to unravel.