In the third edition of Current± Predicts, Kaluza's Marzia Zafar runs through her predictions for the upcoming year.
Part two of the Current± Predicts series sees Invinity's Ed Porter and Landis+Gyr's Simon Egan and Nick Merricks comment on what how they think the energy sector will change in 2021.
Energy company E.On has launched a new service to help suppliers meet the UK government’s smart meter roll-out targets.
A project exploring smart on-street subsurface electric vehicle (EV) charging has been unveiled by Element Energy.
The number of smart meters rolled out in October hit a record high, with almost a quarter of a million installations.
University of Salford breaks ground on the Energy House 2.0, a major new research facility focused on energy use in the UK.
The ENA's technical lead for Protection, Earthing & Communications, Darwin Aseka discusses the importance of cyber-security in an increasingly digitalised energy sector.
Smart meter installations have increased year-on-year for the first time since the lockdown began according to new data from ElectraLink.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has proposed changes to the Smart Energy Code that would allow network companies to switch off technologies like domestic electric vehicle (EV) chargers in the event of an emergency.