Current± talks to Juliet Davenport, chief executive at Good Energy, about the supplier’s plans for a service-based model, the adoption of ‘EnTech’ and an energy sector that’s “coming of age”.
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Ofgem has teased “fundamental reforms” to the energy supplier hub model after concluding it to be “not fit for purpose in the long term”.
Energy regulator Ofgem has deferred its decision on the cost of equity range for energy networks in the forthcoming RIIO-2 framework until December, but has unveiled a raft of decisions as its new framework begins to take shape.
Current± speaks exclusively to Candace Saffery Neufeld, the freshly-appointed chief executive at Telefonica’s Alpha Energy moonshot programme, about the telecoms giant’s plans to trigger a “paradigm shift” in energy distribution.
The Linux Foundation has formed a new energy-related venture as it bids to “transform the energy mix across the world”.
SSE and innogy have continued to make top-table appointments to their would-be merged supply entity, identifying a chief financial officer designate.
Vattenfall is bringing customisable power purchase agreements (PPAs) to business customers in Britain as part of a “new approach” to corporate energy sourcing.
Ofgem’s proposals to overhaul forthcoming price controls for network companies will prove to be the “acid test” for its ability to properly regulate the market.
Manchester-based Upside Energy has completed a Series A investment round, co-led by Legal & General’s principal investment arm.