The UK recorded a new grid carbon intensity low last weekend, as the country enjoyed extensive periods of fifth carbon budget-compliant power generation.
Peer-to-peer trading could enable those with distributed energy resources (DERs) to earn up to 37% more for their electricity, according to LO3 Energy.
Energy technology firm Moixa and EV charging manufacturer EO Charging have collaborated on a “revolutionary” dedicated smart charging and home solar battery solution.
AI will be “essential” to managing a decarbonised, decentralised system, according to a letter penned by some of the industry’s leading energy groups.
EO Charging has been named as the London EV Company’s official charging partner in Scotland.
KiWi Power is launching a demand side response pilot that will see 100 households incentivised to reduce demand at peak times.
Alice Grundy speaks to Jim Scott, co-founder and chief product officer of Grid Edge, about the place commercial demand side response has in the energy system, how data can facilitate it and how the networks can support it further.
BP Chargemaster has confirmed that its chief executive David Martell has left the business.
Energy technology firm Faraday Grid has been plunged into administration after failing to find the funding needed to take it “to the next level”.