Magnus Hall, chief executive at Vattenfall, has been appointed as the new president of European power trade body Eurelectric.
The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) has launched a new flexibility assurance scheme, designed to help C&I customers understand and participate in flexibility markets.
Electric vehicle technology is ‘leaping ahead' of the government’s understanding, Andy Robinson, head of ULEV infrastructure at Transport Scotland, has said.
Technology provider ABB has launched a blockchain pilot to examine how the technology could boost the role of solar in peer-to-peer energy trading and smart grids.
Home energy management system provider GreenCom Networks has received a fresh investment from innogy’s venture capital arm innogy Innovation Hub.
UK Power Networks (UKPN) has contracted for more than 18MW of power in what has been billed as the country’s largest ever competitive flexibility tender.
Innogy said it was seeking closure on the “unusual situation” of being in the middle of the RWE/E.On asset swap, while its npower retail division continued to suffer at the hands of a “persistently poor” UK market.
Property consultancy Knight Frank has handed utility Total Gas and Power a renewable power contract worth more than £75 million.
Automotive giant Honda has led a new, £8.6 million funding round in Moixa, with the UK battery storage firm targeting ‘millions’ of batteries under management.