EDF Energy has signed a deal with Upside Energy to use its cloud-based platform to enable customers to access various markets to sell their energy, in conjunction with its own Powershift flexibility platform.
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The government is just over half-way through its list of actions set out in the Smart Systems and Flexibility Plan (SSFP) and intends to complete those outstanding by 2022.
Ahead of speaking at next week’s Solar & Storage Live, Foot Anstey’s Stuart Cleak summarises the five biggest trends the energy market is watching unfold and explores what they mean for the energy transition in general.
Good Energy has reported a surge in operating profit for the first half of 2018 as it narrows in on a brand relaunch and enhanced digital offering.
Four electricity networks companies have collaborated on a programme of network improvements that stand to boost renewable connections and save consumers millions of pounds.
Network firms launch first ever ‘Call for Ideas’ as £90 million Innovation Competition gets underway
Energy network companies have today launched the maiden Network Innovation Competition (NIC) ‘call for ideas’, making up to £70 million specifically available for innovative electricity network projects.
Renewable supplier Bulb has secured a £60 million investment as it bids to strengthen its energy tech teams and target further growth.
Richard Dowling, chief economist at The Faraday Grid, examines the drivers behind emerging ‘Energy as a Service’ models and how they’ll benefit consumers.
E.On has joined in a financing round for Lumenaza, a Berlin-based energy software developer.