EDF Energy has signed a deal with Upside Energy to use its cloud-based platform to enable customers to access various markets to sell their energy, in conjunction with its own Powershift flexibility platform.
The first vehicle-to-grid trial project from the £30 million government competition, thought to be “the largest, most diverse” project of its kind in the world, will be completed in May 2019 according to Innovate UK’s lead on the project.
Electron is to develop flexibility trading platforms in Switzerland and South Korea as the energy blockchain specialist expands its smart platform technology into international markets.
The government is just over half-way through its list of actions set out in the Smart Systems and Flexibility Plan (SSFP) and intends to complete those outstanding by 2022.
Alfa Power has installed the UK’s fastest fully public electric vehicle charger to date following the launch of a 60kW unit at a petrol forecourt in Yorkshire as the company sets out to future proof its business with new technologies.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has written to the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) seeking its advice on a possible new zero emissions target for the UK economy.
The Energy Networks Association has identified four real (MW) power services to meet the needs of distribution network operators (DNOs) when managing congestion as the market for local flexibility services continues to emerge.
Ahead of speaking at next week’s Solar & Storage Live, Foot Anstey’s Stuart Cleak summarises the five biggest trends the energy market is watching unfold and explores what they mean for the energy transition in general.
EDF has set out plans to become Europe’s leading e-mobility energy company within four years, pledging to become the biggest charging network operator and lead on smart charging technologies.