As the COVID-19 lockdown changes demand patterns, the grid's flexibility is put to the test.
The UK is to host what’s been described as the world’s largest, most ambitious energy flexibility market trial, part of two separate energy pilot projects launched today.
Negative pricing will be a ‘big feature’ in net zero transition as UK sees 15 periods in 2020 so far
Negative power pricing is becoming an increasingly common occurrence on the UK energy networks. Already in 2020, there have been 15 half hour periods where the cost of electricity fell into negative figures, according to Drax Electric Insights.
Industry reactions to the decarbonisation programme action plan released by Ofgem, detailing its plans for supporting decarbonisation over the next eighteen months.
Kaluza has become the first residential flexibility platform to provide a paid service to a UK distribution network operator, Western Power Distribution (WPD).
OVO Group revenues topped £1 billion for the first time in 2018, but the energy firm slipped to a loss for the year as its customer base grew.
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.
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.