Current±’s series of predictions for 2020 continues, this time featuring insight from Flexitricity founder Alastair Martin and redT commercial director Ed Porter.
Great Britain must “hone and optimise network flexibility” as decarbonisation objectives ramp up, according to a new report from Cornwall Insight, called Market design amidst global energy transition.
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.
Cisco’s E-Flex vehicle-to-grid demonstration trial has expanded into Plymouth following a successful London launch earlier this year.
Energy storage firm redT and technology specialist Open Energi are to use a vanadium redox flow machine to provide grid frequency response services for the first time.
On the back of a record-breaking stretch without coal-fired generation, Julian Leslie, head of national control at National Grid ESO, discusses how that feat was achieved at a system level, and how the ESO is preparing for zero-carbon power grid.
A consortium of energy and technology companies is to deploy a virtual energy system in Orkney, aiming to establish the “energy system of the future” on the isles.
National Grid’s Electricity System Operator (ESO) function will be able to operate a zero carbon power system by 2025.
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.