The volatility in wholesale power prices due to exposure to global gas prices has demonstrated the need to diversify and decarbonise the UK’s domestic energy system.
SP Energy Networks (SPEN) has become the first company to successfully deploy a fully-functioning Universal Smart Energy Framework (USEF)-compliant flexibility market in GB.
The Scottish Affairs Committee has called on Ofgem to change how transmission charges are distributed, to help strengthen the Scottish renewables sector.
National Grid has confirmed that 1GW of interconnector capacity will be offline until 27 March 2022, turning to the North Sea Link to help plug the gap.
New research from Cornwall Insight has revealed that electric vehicles (EVs) could contribute an additional 71.6TWh by 2040.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution has joined the Association of Decentralised Energy’s (ADE) Flex Assure scheme.
A fire at National Grid’s IFA1 interconnector site in Sellindge is to see power prices once again spike in the UK as 1GW of capacity drops off the system.
GB's period of high power prices shows no signs of abating with the day-ahead auction for Tuesday (14 September) clearing at new records across the board.
Current± caught up with Gridmode's Steve Serpant and David Williams to discuss the company’s strategy, its growing pipeline and what it can offer to a future independent system operator.