The smart meter roll-out should be extended to 2023 to address a number of issues that have emerged for consumers, according to Citizens Advice.
'Important milestone': Limejump takes first aggregated unit into Balancing Mechanism using Virtual Power Plant
Limejump has been admitted into the Balancing Mechanism (BM) using its Virtual Power Plant (VPP), laying claim to being the first to use an aggregated BM unit (BMU) in the market.
Northern Powergrid will install electric vehicle (EV) and vehicle-to-grid (V2G) chargers at a number of its own sites as part of a series of new initiatives aimed at growing its understanding of the impact of fleet electrification.
Pod Point has signed a deal to deploy electric vehicle chargers from pub and inn chain Fuller's over the next three years while Chargemaster is celebrating a new partnership to offer AA-approved establishments free infrastructure.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has begun the process of potentially opening the door for renewables to compete in the Capacity Market.
E.On has posted a 10% rise in half-year earnings, bolstered by strong performance from its core business units as its acquisition of innogy appears in the horizon.
All new housing developments should be fitted with three-phase electricity supply to update them from the single phase norm that has been in place since before World War II, according to a new report out today.
With demand for electric vehicles (EVs) increasing at pace and attention on how the energy system will cope, Current± asked Northern Powergrid to bring together participants in its vehicle-to-grid work to discuss how the technology could make a difference.
National Grid to roll out web platform for dispatch following race to complete first battery storage test
National Grid has confirmed it will roll out the use of its Ancillary Services Dispatch Platform (ASDP) to a number of services over the next year following the successful dispatch of fast reserve using battery storage last month.