The UK currently has a pipeline of 61GW of renewables and storage that if developed could bring in £125 billion to the UK economy.
A combination of residential solar, storage and smart controls could "dramatically reduce" the evening peak.
A trial integrating domestic clean technology into one system and exploring ways in which this could participate in demand side response (DSR) has been unveiled.
Western Power Distribution (WPD) has shared its mapped data of future energy scenarios for the first time.
A £31 million demonstrator project integrating heat, transport and energy is to progress despite COVID-19 restrictions.
The government has confirmed changes to the Capacity Market which are designed to remove barriers for demand side response (DSR) and energy storage, making it easier for clean technologies to compete.
Double charging of battery storage is to end, as Ofgem approves changes to the Connection and Use of System Code (CUSC).
The Carbon Trust, along with Imperial College London and a cross-sector consortium have launched a new project looking at how a flexible energy system could help the UK reach net zero.
National Grid ESO's Grid Code modification request regarding disconnecting embedded generation is urgent, Ofgem has ruled, with a final decision expected before the end of the week.