Following last month’s decision from Ofgem to allow Western Power Distribution (WPD) to access smart meter data from consumers’ homes, head of innovation and development at the Energy Networks Association Randolph Brazier explains what use of this data could mean for the future energy system.
The British public is in favour of a significantly decarbonised, decentralised energy system and wants the government to support the transition to such a system, a new survey has found.
Siemens has partnered with electric vehicle charging solutions provider ubitricity to transform hundreds of London’s street lamps into new on street chargers.
Northern Powergrid has kicked off the next phase of its upgrade programme that will eventually see thousands of its substations modernised to create 'the backbone of a smart grid' fit for the future of its network.
E.On has launched a 100% renewable electricity tariff designed specifically for electric vehicle drivers, offering a fixed reward equivalent to driving 850 miles for free.
One in four businesses see renewable energy as a passing fad according to new research, which also found that a majority see energy suppliers as responsible for lowering carbon emissions and educating the market of the different types of energy available.
Anglian Water has completed the first phase of an installation programme of electric vehicle chargers across six of its sites, with more to be added in the near future to accommodate staff, visitors and its fleet.
Drax Insight’s latest Electric Insights report for Q2 2018 has revealed that coal generation fell to new lows between April and June, responsible for 1.3% of the country’s power mix over the period and less than 1% in June alone.
Lidl Ireland has pledged to deliver the largest network of electric vehicle chargers in the Irish supermarket sector after committing to install charge points at all new stores and across all major store refurbishment projects.