The UK oil and gas industry remains the country’s largest industrial investor, but faces major challenges to maintain its potential to deliver significant wealth over the coming decades, writes Mike Scott
Many see a smart city as one where a network of sensors brings together data to be analysed for the more effective management of its systems. Yet this alone will not solve a city’s problems of finance, sustainability and the protection of its citizen’s health, security and wellbeing, writes Felicia Jackson
Demand-side response (DSR) provides an opportunity for consumers to play a significant role in balancing the electricity grid by reducing or enhancing their usage for very short periods in response to instructions sent by National Grid. In return, consumers receive significant cash payments
It has split public opinion and tempers are still rising. Fracking for shale gas is a contentious issue, but supporters claim it holds huge potential benefits for the UK economy, as Jim McClelland reports
With energy commodity prices at their lowest for nearly a decade, what should businesses be doing to take advantage? Conversely, non-commodity charges – 56 per cent of electricity and 32 per cent of gas costs – are at an all-time high, so how should businesses limit their impact?