Our re-cap of the year continues with the biggest stories in May and June, as solar PV generation records tumble in the UK’s glorious sunshine and investment in energy storage technologies ramps up.
SSE and innogy have pulled the plug on the proposed merger of their respective supply divisions, with SSE concluding that it would not now be “in the best interests of customers, employees or shareholders”.
In the first of a series of predictions pieces running over the coming weeks, Fluence’s Marek Kubik and Open Energi’s David Hill offer their predictions as to what may happen in the energy sector in 2019.
Electricity North West (ENW) has penned a new partnership with demand-side response provider GridBeyond to offer DSR services to more than 900 businesses within the DNO’s area.
The government has confirmed that only ‘smart’ electric vehicle chargepoints can be installed from July next year.
Britain’s network operators have agreed to embrace flexibility providers when seeking solutions for grid issues under a landmark new ‘Flexibility Commitment’.
We continue our run-down of the most significant stories of the year, today taking a look back at March and April, which saw Ofgem unveil its overhaul of network incentives and major moves from some of UK energy’s biggest players.
Independent energy supplier Bulb has topped a chart of the UK’s fastest growing companies, beating the likes of Deliveroo, finance disruptor Monzo and brewery Brewdog.
Regulators must bring about an entirely redesigned approach to the electricity market if it is to properly embrace and realise the potential of the energy evolution, a new report has concluded.