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.
In part two of Current±'s catch-up with the Open Networks Project, chair Nigel Turvey and head of innovation at the Energy Networks Association, Randolph Brazier, look at the role of data in how the networks are operated and tackle the 'flexibility first' trend sweeping the sector.
In the first part of Current±'s latest chat with the Open Networks Project, chair Nigel Turvey and head of innovation at the Energy Networks Association, Randolph Brazier, look back at the role of stakeholder engagement in ensuring the continued success of the project.
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.
With tariffs skyrocketing and zero marginal cost generation increasing its share, the notoriously difficult energy retail sector is facing quite the conundrum. But are telecoms-esque subscription models the answer? David Pratt seeks to find out.
Richard Dowling, chief economist at The Faraday Grid, examines the drivers behind emerging ‘Energy as a Service’ models and how they’ll benefit consumers.
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.
Current± talks to Juliet Davenport, chief executive at Good Energy, about the supplier’s plans for a service-based model, the adoption of ‘EnTech’ and an energy sector that’s “coming of age”.
As the low carbon transition continues in the energy sector, debate is often held regarding its pace, participants and barriers. That discussion spilled over into Westminster this week, with the Conservative MP James Heappey hosting the Energy Networks Association's future-gazing event out to 2030, which Current± attended.