What’s been hitting the headlines lately in the business energy industry? We’d like to keep you updated with the latest news from various sources online.

EDF Energy boss to step down after Hinkley win – Energy Live News

After helping to secure Hinkley Point C – Britain’s first nuclear power station in a generation – the head of EDF Energy, Vincent de Rivaz, is to step down from his role later this year. He will re replaced by Simone Rossi on 1st November 2017.

Surprise hung parliament result raises concerns – Clean Energy News

General election ‘has increased energy investment risks’ – Energy Live News

The political uncertainty, which arose as a result of last weeks shock election results, has lead to concerns within the energy industry, regarding delays to investment and the eagerly anticipated Clean Growth Plan.

How on-site production can reduce business energy costs – The Telegraph

The future’s bright, the future’s cheaper? Renewable technologies are providing businesses with on-site energy generation solutions in order to slash their energy costs.

‘Spectacular’ drop in renewable energy costs leads to record global boost – The Guardian

2016 saw boost in renewable energy capacity installed worldwide, a 10% increase from 2015. However, despite the increase, and a reduction in cost, analysts warn that the ‘green transition is not happenening fast enough.

UK energy businesses ‘most concerned about Brexit’ – Energy Live News

Britain’s energy companies are increasingly concerned about what affect leaving the EU will have on energy costs, security of supply and sustainability.