If the UK meets its expanded renewable and nuclear targets, the country will have an oversupply of electricity more than half of the time by 2030, creating significant opportunities for flexible demand.
In the first in Current±’s new Ask the Experts series, we caught up with GridBeyond’s asset development director Chris Smith to discuss optimising utility scale batteries.
There must be ‘charging for all’ at homes, workplaces and public locations to support the transition to battery electric vehicles (EVs).
Flexibility could deliver up to £16.7 billion in savings per annum in 2050 according to a new report from the Carbon Trust.
Energy giant bp has announced a new tech partnership with supplier Pure Planet, launching a digital energy service to support households, electric vehicle (EV) drivers and energy consumers.
The T-4 Capacity Market auction has cleared in its 12th round today, with a price between £20 - £15/kW/year.
University of Salford breaks ground on the Energy House 2.0, a major new research facility focused on energy use in the UK.
UK Power Networks (UKPN) has unveiled a £50 million funding package as part of its largest-ever open tender for flexibility.
Current± caught up with Arenko chief technology officer Roger Hollies about how Dynamic Containment works, the growth of batteries in the UK and searching for the next big thing.