Nissan, E.On and Imperial College London have release a new white paper detailing the benefits of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology.
Arenko is lauding its position as the only company to have been successful in winning each of the daily auctions of National Grid ESO’s new Dynamic Containment service.
The timescale of implementation of the remaining two dynamic frequency services and the subsequent phasing out of FFR is currently under review due to COVID-19.
Social Energy’s chief technology officer Steve Day talked to Current± about the enormous potential offered by domestic storage for FFR.
Social Energy has won the first ever fully domestic weekly Firm Frequency Response (FFR) contract with National Grid ESO.
Kiwi Power is launching a ‘co-optimisation’ offering as it warns that relying on fast frequency response (FFR) could risk half of potential revenues.
Cleantech company Mixergy has raised £3.6 million to continue its rollout of hot water tanks used for firm frequency response (FFR).
Flexibility providers have welcomed the firm frequency response (FFR) auction prices for January announced this week, which were again high.
Centrica is to absorb “thousands” of residential hot water tanks into its virtual power plant (VPP) to provide flexibility to the grid.