We continue our run-down of the most significant stories of the year, today taking a look back at March and April, which saw Ofgem unveil its overhaul of network incentives and major moves from some of UK energy’s biggest players.
As the year draws to a close, Current± takes a look back at some of the most significant stories of 2018. Today we recap stories from the first two months of the year, including news of coal’s collapse in the Capacity Market and government investment in V2G.
Following on from the launch of a voluntary code of conduct for the demand side response sector, John Bryant, head of business development at the Association for Decentralised Energy, discusses the need for such a code and, what it aims to achieve
A hard Brexit that sees Great Britain fall out of the Internal Energy Market (IEM) could cost consumers as much as £270 million a year, a new report from the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) has claimed.
Energy giant innogy’s International Middle East (IME) division has invested £500,000 in UK energy tech start-up Verv.
Vattenfall is to install its maiden electric vehicle charging stations in the UK after clinching an agreement with contracting firm BMM Energy Solutions and South Norfolk Council.
Flexibility platform provider Piclo has completed a clean sweep of Great Britain’s networks by signing up Western Power Distribution (WPD) to its Piclo Flex marketplace.
The European Network of Cyber Security (ENCS) has partnered with the European Distribution System Operators’ Association for Smart Grids (E.DSO) to launch a set of cyber security requirements for EV charging infrastructure.
Following on from the proof-of-concept demonstration of a blockchain-powered energy web at European Utility Week last month, the Energy Web Foundation’s Andreas Hergesell and Peter Bronski explore the technical considerations surrounding blockchain applications in the energy sector, and the importance of bridging the digital and physical worlds.