Category Archives: Energy

Time for an all-island switch

As the dust settles after the Brexit vote, many remain uncertain of the impact it may have on their lives and businesses. Many are struggling with uncertainty, market volatility and political changes,...

An effective regulatory framework for energy

Speaking at the Northern Ireland Energy Forum 2016, Utility Regulator Jenny Pyper outlines her priorities and ambitions for Northern Ireland’s energy agenda. As Northern Ireland sits at a critical strategic juncture in...

UK unplugged?

Chatham House’s Antony Froggatt discusses the impacts of Brexit on energy and climate policy with Owen McQuade during a recent visit to Belfast. Anthony Froggatt is a senior research fellow at London...

Towards completion of a European gas market

Jan Ingwersen, General Manager of the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG), outlines the work and future role of the body in integrating Europe’s gas market. Before launching into...

The wind of change keeps blowing

Mark Stockdale, an associate in A&L Goodbody’s Projects and Energy team, explores recent trends in the energy sector. 2016 has been a stormy year for the wind industry, with the closure of...

The big battery

As the two-year trial of the UK’s first operating grid-scale storage unit comes to a close, UK Power Network’s Low Carbon Technology Manager, 
Adriana Laguna, speaks to agendaNi about the project’s findings...