The energy as a service model could be the way forward for the UK's supply market, but it relies heavily on data from smart meters, Shell's transition manager has said.
Good Energy has said it’s taking advantage of the ongoing energy transition to bolster revenues and profits.
With npower shelling jobs and even the quickest-growing independents struggling to turn a profit, it’s becoming increasingly clear that margin-based business models are a thing of the past. Liam Stoker reflects on a week which has proven the direction of travel for energy suppliers lies away from pure commodity sales.
With tariffs skyrocketing and zero marginal cost generation increasing its share, the notoriously difficult energy retail sector is facing quite the conundrum. But are telecoms-esque subscription models the answer? David Pratt seeks to find out.
Richard Dowling, chief economist at The Faraday Grid, examines the drivers behind emerging ‘Energy as a Service’ models and how they’ll benefit consumers.
Good Energy bids to ‘spearhead’ energy transition with flurry of capability investments, top table hires
Clean energy supplier Good Energy has signalled its intention to lead from the front of the energy transition, outlining a series of investments in new tech capabilities and a trio of appointments to its executive team.
David Hill, commercial director at Open Energi, takes a look at the nascent ‘Energy as a Service’ business model and how the supply innovation could allow the energy transition to take hold.
Energy suppliers have been urged to adopt ‘energy as a service’ models in order to help further the energy transition, with one industry representative calling for the end of bills measured in kilowatt hours.