Handy links to every article the Blackout report has published about the 9 August 2019 blackout.
Thousands of homes across London were left without electricity following a fault on an underground cable.
St Jude Storm winds touching nearly 100 mph bring death and destruction to south-east England leaving up to 850,000 homes without electricity in October 2013.
Britain goes coal-free for more than two months… Is this trend likely to continue? And if so, what challenges does it pose our electricity network?
What steps are Britain’s network operators taking to minimise the risk posed by the spread of coronavirus?
Report urges greater support for electricity network flexibility and demand side response to meet net zero target.
Storm Ciara causes travel chaos and leaves large parts of England and Wales without electricity.
New analysis from the National Audit Office shows electricity users in Britain experience fewer power cuts than most EU countries.
10-point action plan included in the E3C final report into 9 August blackout emphasises need to improve UK’s power resilience.
We take a look at the crucial automatic defence mechanism designed to save the electricity system from complete collapse and examine its effectiveness in the aftermath of the 9 August blackout.