Western Power Distribution (WPD) has launched a new project dubbed Equinox, to explore the potential of domestic low-carbon heat technologies like heat pumps to provide flexibility.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has issued a wake-up call to government, asking that more support is provided to support efforts to reduce emissions.
Project Skyline, which is designed to support a cost-effective and secure transition to electric vehicles (EVs) in the UK, has welcomed four new industry partners.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is launching the Near Real-time Data Access (NeRDA) tool as it looks to support a cost-effective net zero transition.
Western Power Distribution has outlined how the cost of flexibility procurement over the next five years could reach £9.3 million in its first Distribution Network Options Assessment (DNOA).
UK Power Networks (UKPN) has found that over 500 electric vehicle (EV) chargers could be connected around a single electricity substation using state-of-the-art technology over building new cables or substations.
Ofgem is to significantly lower the proportion of money going to network company shareholders in the next price period as it looks to target more flexible local grids.
Distribution network operator Electricity North West has outlined how it will support the more than 3 million electric vehicles (EVs) predicted to be use in its region by 2050.
The Energy Networks Association, Ofgem and distribution network operators (DNOs) have joined forces to unlock up to £300 million for network upgrades that facilitate green technology.