National Grid has seen its underlying operating profit rise 47% to £1.4 billion for the six months ended 30 September as it focuses on delivering “critical and green investment”.
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.
ElectraLink has finished its digitalisation of the Distribution Connection and Use of System Agreement (DCUSA), improving accessibility and navigation.
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) has updated its common contract for flexibility procurement to increase transparency and unlock liquidity in local flexibility markets.
SSE is continuing to expect the impact of COVID-19 to sit between £150 million and £250 million.
In order to reach net zero in Europe, a number of ‘technology quests’ must be embarked upon to upgrade grids, enable bifacial solar and driving electric vehicle (EV) deployment.
Barriers to implementing digitalisation measures in the transmission and distribution (T&D) industry could "hold back" the success of the global energy transition, DNV GL has said.
Following the release on Friday 24 January of Ofgem’s RIIO-2 Challenge Group report, companies have reacted to the claim they are not being proactive enough.
Labour’s plans to renationalise the UK’s energy networks would place at serious risk the country’s hopes of meeting its legally-binding net zero target, a new report has said.