KiWi Power is launching a demand side response pilot that will see 100 households incentivised to reduce demand at peak times.
Banks Group has been revealed as the company behind a legal challenge against the government’s Contracts for Difference mechanism which stands to delay its forthcoming auction.
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”.
Much of the reaction to last Friday’s blackout has centred around possible, but now dismissed, links to the high penetration of renewables on the UK’s grid. Liam Stoker analyses the train of thought that decentralisation could actually be the most compelling solution to grid security.
Innogy saw its first-half income cut by more than a quarter (26.3%) year-on-year as losses from its UK-facing npower unit spiralled.
Lawrence Slade is to stand down as the chief executive of industry trade body Energy UK at the end of the year.
The government has doubled funding for the installation of on-street EV charging points.