The value for aggregators is now in providing access to the BM, although their role in domestic flexibility is uncertain.
Current± caught up with Dr Alastair Martin, chief strategy officer at Flexitricity, to discuss the ease of accessing the BM as a VLP as well as Flextricity's future plans following its acquisition by Quinbrook.
Transmission and distribution grid-scale energy storage company Storelectric's chief technology officer, Mark Howitt takes a look at the impact of COVID-19 on the UK's grid, the lessons we can learn from it, and how storage could help manage these challenges in the future.
Kaluza is claiming a UK first as it provides Western Power Distribution (WPD) with flexibility from domestic batteries and transport solutions using one platform.
Following the second successful trial of Arenko's flexibility offering for National Grid ESO, Current± took a look at why its needed, how it works and the benefits of switching to batteries.
Current± caught up with Arenko’s CEO Rupert Newland about why it decided to step away from owning battery storage, its trials with National Grid ESO and rewriting the rulebook of trading.
Social Energy has teamed up with UK Power Networks (UKPN) to develop a smart grid, offering customers batteries as part of a new trial.
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) has launched a new consultation into flexibility, to drive standardisation in local energy markets.
FES 2020: Digitalisation, open data identified as 'critical' as net zero placed at the heart of new scenarios
National Grid ESO has published its 2020 Future Energy Scenarios (FES), marking a significant shift as it replaces three of these scenarios with net zero compliant ones.