Centrica is continuing its electric vehicle (EV) activity with plans to trial a ‘charge park’ for professional drivers.
Centrica has continued to lose energy supply accounts in the UK, losing 107,000 between July and October, according to its Q3 results released today.
Centrica is lauding a ‘world first’ as its Local Energy Market (LEM) enables National Grid ESO and Western Power Distribution (WPD) to simultaneously procure flexibility from the same platform.
Centrica is to absorb “thousands” of residential hot water tanks into its virtual power plant (VPP) to provide flexibility to the grid.
The Big Six need to get a grip of technological evolutions and must be prepared to collaborate with new partners to do so, or risk getting left behind.
An EV pilot looking into how to mitigate the impact of commercial electrification on networks is to provide a “template” to fleet operators.
Liam Stoker takes a look at recent rumours and stories surrounding the UK’s energy retail market, and what they might spell for both the Big Six and the market in general.
Centrica’s interim performance was enough for the company to call time on Iain Conn’s tenure as chief executive. As the company begins the hunt for a successor, Liam Stoker questions where Centrica might find them and if the energy giant’s performance holds up any better against the wider issues affecting energy companies today.
Centrica has revealed a new deal with Ford for a ‘one-stop’ charging solution, on the same day it revealed its operating profits have nearly halved.