Battery asset optimisation firm Habitat Energy has landed a contract from Arlington Energy to manage a 40MW battery, as the former sets its sights on assembling a leading portfolio.
Toyota is to conduct the ‘world's first’ peer-to-peer (P2P) energy trading pilot to include EVs as a power supply, alongside The University of Tokyo and TRENDE.
Verv is a company intent on beefing up its offerings. Having secured £6.5 million in its latest fundraising drive, Alice Grundy speaks to chief executive Peter Davies about the tech firm's plans.
Alice Grundy speaks to David Middleton, head of commercial delivery at Origami Energy, about the importance of flexibility, the future of the UK’s energy system and the rise of the DSO.
Origami Energy is to partner SSEN and SPEN for three separate trials on flexibility and peer-to-peer trading.
Statkraft has launched a 1GW renewables, battery storage and flexible gas virtual power plant (VPP) in the UK and aims to double its capacity by the summer.
Equinor, the energy major formerly known as Statoil, has acquired power and gas trading firm Danske Commodities for €400 million (£350 million).
Beyond the hype, blockchain in the energy sector is a solution looking for a problem to solve, so says Matthew Williams, founder and chief technology officer at Faraday Grid, who explores applications for blockchain.
A hard Brexit that sees Great Britain fall out of the Internal Energy Market (IEM) could cost consumers as much as £270 million a year, a new report from the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) has claimed.