National Grid ESO’s Future Energy Scenarios (FES) 2019 – released last week – outlined four potential scenarios for the next 30 years of the energy system. And for the first time, the Electricity System Operator (ESO) used sensitivity modelling to create a net zero scenario.
Flexitricity has partnered with eight organisations on a new trial which it says holds the potential to “revolutionise the demand side response industry”.
The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) has launched a new flexibility assurance scheme, designed to help C&I customers understand and participate in flexibility markets.
IT and tech giant Fujitsu has unveiled a blockchain-powered, demand side response technology designed to allow energy trading between energy consumers.
Haven Power, the Drax-owned renewable energy supplier, has announced a partnership with demand side response firm GridBeyond to target Haven’s business customer base.
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.
Following on from the launch of a voluntary code of conduct for the demand side response sector, John Bryant, head of business development at the Association for Decentralised Energy, discusses the need for such a code and, what it aims to achieve
EDF Energy is seeking to build a portfolio of domestic batteries to take into energy services markets by offering discounted energy storage units to consumers via a new partnership with Powervault.