The UK energy industry could soon experience a shakeup, as pressure is placed on the government to review China’s involvement in the nuclear sector.
Previously, Conservative MPs have been successful in removing Huawei, a Chinese telecom giant, from British mobile phone networks by 2027. Now, the opposition is turning their attention to the proposed nuclear power station which will be built at Bradwell-on-Sea in the South-east, and is backed by China.
In line with the UK government’s target of building a net-zero economy by 2050, the National Grid has unveiled its plans to build a £10 million Hydrogen Test Power facility that will heat homes and cut carbon emissions caused by heating.
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The industry regulator Ofgem has recently announced its newest price cap for October 2020 to March 2021 which will help save as much as £84 on energy bills for around 15 million customers.
UK renewable energy supplier Bulb asked to pay more than a million pounds to Ofgem for misinterpreting and failing to comply with the rules set by the industry watchdog.
The Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme is a programme pushed by the government to entice consumers to take up small-scale low-carbon and renewable electricity generation technology. It requires licensed FiT suppliers to pay for eligible installations that generate and export electricity.