Electricity North West (ENW) has released its fifth flexibility tender. It is calling for 4.4MW over three years, in the areas of Bolton by Bowland, Coniston and Easton, in Lancashire.
More than 100GW of additional wind and solar capacity, alongside 30GW of short duration energy storage, is needed in the UK if the country is to meet its net zero obligations.
Consumers simply aren’t aware of the value of their inherent energy flexibility, and more needs to be done to bring them up to speed and help them realise their potential.
Kaluza is to follow up its recent manufacturer partnerships with agreements including both network companies and energy suppliers to help benefit consumers.
Energy tech firm Kaluza has unveiled its second energy storage technology partnership, penning a deal with UK energy storage specialist Powervault.
A local energy market (LEM) in Brixton is to provide UK Power Networks (UKPN) with flexibility services through residential solar and storage.
Current± talks to Conor Maher-McWilliams, head of flexibility at energy tech firm Kaluza, on what’s needed to tap into consumers’ inherent energy flexibility and how it is taking its technology platform forward.
OVO’s ‘Plan Zero’: Eliminate home carbon emissions and fit five million homes with smart energy tech
OVO Energy has committed to eliminating its customer’s household emissions and fit five million homes with flexible, clean energy technologies as part of a wide-ranging carbon-cutting initiative dubbed ‘Plan Zero’.
Up to £70 million in new funding for innovative energy tech firms is up for grabs after network operators and the Energy Networks Association launched its Call for Ideas under the Network Innovation Competition (NIC).