Japanese Retail Energy Market Presents Opportunities for U.S. Suppliers

Upcoming webinar looks at the country’s vibrant market and advantages for U.S. businesses

Power Market Shake-Up: Infinite Energy Acquired by Sumitomo

“It was the right time for the sale of the business, and a logical step in the future growth of the company.” said Aidan Jenkins, Infinite Energy managing director.

Power Ledger and Sharing Energy Announce Scalable Partnership to Evolve Renewable Energy in Japan

Power Ledger, a global leader in decentralized, energy trading platforms, announced today a partnership to drive renewable energy trading in Japan alongside Sharing Energy Co., Ltd.

German Consumers Paying Record Prices for Power

Electricity prices charged to German households by local utilities have reached record highs, driven by high wholesale and carbon prices that are passed down to consumers, internet portal Check24 said on Tuesday, adding gas prices were also up.

New Zealand's Electricity Pricing Review: Cheaper Power Ahead?

The government is digging deep into the price of electricity in New Zealand, with a review of the entire energy sector. What will the review look at, why should there even be one, and does it mean you might pay less for power? Vector’s Bridget McDonald has the answers.

Singtel Enters Singapore's Retail Energy Market

Telecommunications giant Singtel will be entering the local electricity retail business, joining forces with YTL PowerSeraya’s integrated energy provider unit, Geneco.

UK Energy Suppliers to Face Tighter Rules

United Kingdom — Energy regulator Ofgem is to tighten up the rules for new suppliers of gas and electricity after nine new entrants ceased trading. The latest to collapse was Economy Energy, which ceased trading on Tuesday. Ofgem is looking for a new supplier for its 235,000 customers. Mary Starks, Ofgem’s executive director for consumers and markets, told the BBC that there was “room for improvement” in the licensing regime.