The Energy Networks Association (ENA) has launched a new campaign for Securing A Green Future.
In an effort to develop an all-inclusive energy system, the Energy Networks Association’s Open Networks Project has launched a series of ‘Community Energy Forums’.
There is still a "long way to go" in the transition from DNOs to DSOs, but if the incentives are set up right within the regulations, it will “drive the culture” of the networks.
‘Considerable challenge’ of meeting Labour 2030 net zero target would need ‘rapid’ clean tech ramp-up
The UK could adopt the most ambitious net zero target of any established economy as the Labour Party agrees on a target of 2030, but meeting such a target would be a "considerable challenge" the clean energy sector has warned.
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.
Ofgem and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) have described flexibility as ‘crucial’ to the evolution of energy networks in an open letter to the Energy Networks Association (ENA).
The CCC's 2019 Progress Report comes on the back of its net zero recommendations. Outlining policy suggestions for reaching net zero, the Progress Report also hit out at the government for a 'shortfall' in policy. Here the industry responds to the report's recommendations.
Flexibility markets must be simple for stakeholders if the UK is to truly “unlock” the power of new energy technologies, the Energy Networks Association’s Open Networks Project has said.
The UK’s energy networks have made a “major step forward” to creating a net zero-ready energy system, agreeing to six common steps for flexibility procurement.