Scottish and Southern Electricity Network (SSEN) has installed technology designed to ‘self-restore’ electricity supplies in the event of a power cut.
New flexibility providers are being recruited as part of Project Local Energy Oxfordshire (LEO) in conjunction with Scottish and Southern Electricity Network’s (SSEN) TRANSITION project.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution has set out its full portfolio of innovation and business as usual activities which are helping to move towards net zero.
Both Ofgem and the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) have set out a number of recommendations for network operators, as their reviews find service was “unacceptable” during Storm Arwen.
SSE has outlined how what it described as its balanced portfolio of electricity assets, infrastructure and integrated business mix have helped it post a “strong performance” during market volatility.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution has launched a new trial to help ease the rollout of low carbon technologies (LCTs) on its network.
High complexity of EV flexibility services likely to see fleets participate via intermediaries, finds Optimise Prime trial
Connection costs can contribute to “making or breaking” an investment case for electrification, the latest report from the Optimise Prime trial found.
Current± takes a look at how accessibility and inclusivity can be built into the EV charging rollout, why it matters and what has been done to date.
While the difficulties faced by those with mobility impairments in electric vehicle (EV) charging have begun to be recognised, chargepoint design innovation to solve these challenges is still in early stages.