A new National Energy Systems Map (NESM) has been launched by Britain’s electricity and gas networks.
Following four packed days of panels and talks at this year’s EnTech World Congress, Current± took a look at some of the key takeaways.
Current± caught up with Gordon Fairley, sales and business development lead, to discuss how digitalisation can help prevent and improve the resolution of faults on the electricity networks.
Eunice Mabey, energy optimisation director at SSE Energy Solutions - Distributed Energy, explores the role of energy data in decarbonising business operations and, crucially, the right steps to take in utilising it.
Current± recently sat down with Sul Alli and Sotiris Georgiopoulos at UKPN to discuss what the next price period will look like for the company, and how they are building flexibility into the plan from the start.
ESB Independent Generation (ESBIGT) and Carrington Power submitted inaccurate data to National Grid ESO, Ofgem has found.
As the need to decarbonise Britain's heating network grows ever more pressing, we take a look at a new technology developed by Thermify, which could heat homes using waste heat from distributed data processing.
Zap-Zero is to be a new low carbon route planner for electric vehicle (EV) drivers, with Zap-Map partnering carbon data science firm Advanced Infrastructure for its development.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is launching the Near Real-time Data Access (NeRDA) tool as it looks to support a cost-effective net zero transition.