Ofgem has unveiled a raft of proposed changes to the Capacity Market framework in a bid to simplify it in the short term.
Liam Stoker Editor, Current±
Liam is UK editor at Solar Media, the publisher of Current± and other titles including Solar Power Portal. Liam edits the UK-facing titles and has done since 2015, having joined the publisher as a reporter the same year. Previously, Liam has held positions at other London-based B2B publishers such as Pageant Media and Progressive Media.
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Engie has appointed Nicola Lovett as the new chief executive of its UK and Ireland unit, succeeding Wilfrid Petrie.
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National Grid has been instructed to hold the postponed T-1 Capacity Market auction “as soon as reasonably practicable”.
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Liam Stoker speaks to Centrica Innovations Labs director Sam Salisbury about what’s driving the energy giant’s start-up push, how it identifies investment opportunities and where the future lies.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is bidding to ramp-up its commitment to flexibility services by devising a new, technology neutral methodology.
The global energy transition could create financial benefits worth as much as US$160 trillion by 2050, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has said.
Centrica has committed to deploying 7GW of distributed, low carbon technologies globally over the next decade.
National Grid’s Electricity System Operator (ESO) unit has placed system stability at the top of its innovation priority list, while issuing a “call to arms” for the energy industry to collaborate further.