ScottishPower Energy Networks (SPEN) has partnered with Canadian technology company CGI to build a so-called master model of its network.
A national strategy could ‘kick-start’ a community energy revolution, with the potential for schemes to generate up to 5.3GW.
SP Energy Networks has launched a trial of two prototype monitors, which it says is the world’s only technology that can spot real-time electrical surges on the network.
In order for Glasgow to become net zero by 2030, over £2.3 billion will need to be invested in its energy networks, electric vehicles (EVs) and heat pumps, according to ScottishPower.
Industry reaction to Ofgem’s decarbonisation programme action plan, setting out nine points of action over the next eighteen months.
Representatives from a variety of energy organisations, including Energy UK and SP Energy Networks have received awards as part of the 2020 New Year’s Honours list.
SP Energy Networks (SPEN) has unveiled its digitalisation strategy, focusing on open data, improved monitoring and managing capacity issues through smart solutions.
An average of over 4,000 EV charge points and domestic heat pumps will need to be installed per day to reach net zero, a target which will require a predicted £48 billion in network upgrades.
Ofgem will allow £64 million of additional funding requests from distribution network operators (DNOs) for rail electrification, street works and site security.