Latest Energy news and contracts
A £15bn pension fund has pledged to support the construction of Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon, becoming the latest high-profile backer of the scheme amid reports it is set to be scrapped.
Details of Balfour Beatty’s £500m contract to build an energy-from-waste plant in Gloucestershire look set to be made public after a ruling by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
WSP lands £350m Wales-Ireland electricity dealSubscription
WSP has been appointed to consult on a €400m (£352m) project to build an electricity interconnector linking Wales and Ireland.
The construction of a £15bn nuclear power plant in north Wales has edged closer after the government confirmed it had begun talks to kick-start the scheme.
Swansea Bay £1.3bn tidal lagoon 'to be scrapped'Subscription
Plans to build a £1.3bn tidal energy project across Swansea Bay could be scrapped next week, according to reports.
Five new nuclear sites with as many as 12 new reactors are set to be built in the UK over the next decade. The question is whether the sector has the required pool of skills to deliver the government’s ambitions.
The offshore wind industry is going from strength to strength and will play a far bigger role in meeting the UK’s energy needs as the technology improves. Features editor Binyamin Ali uncovers the opportunities for contractors
The government published its industrial strategy towards the end of 2017 with the aim of Whitehall and private firms working together to improve productivity.
Interserve suffers £244m loss for 2017Subscription
Protest at £180m EfW plant over contractor paySubscription
Interserve Glasgow EfW plant costs to hit £250mSubscription
Hochtief faces £107m tunnel compensation claimSubscription
Balfour Beatty wins £47m Highlands power jobSubscription
Murphy acquires Carillion's UK power businessSubscription
Amey outlines £200m EfW plant proposalsSubscription