At the end of last year, we asked a host of energy experts to predict what would happen in the energy market in 2019. Today we revisit those predictions and crown our Current± energy clairvoyant.
Telecoms major Nokia has been tasked with upgrading Finland’s transmission grid to allow for greater penetration of renewables.
Carolina Tortora, head of innovation strategy at National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO), reflects on how the ESO is thinking outside of the box when it comes to delivering a carbon-free grid.
Just two electricity projects have been successful in landing Network Innovation Competition (NIC) funding from Ofgem this year, with three rejected.
Connected Kerb is to bring wireless EV charging to the UK after sealing a partnership with induction technology specialist Magment.
John Sterling, director of market & policy affairs at international solar firm First Solar, discusses the role synthetic inertia can play in grid stability and, crucially, how renewables and storage plant could contribute.
Energy retailer Utilita has turned to AI-based “digital workers” to automate a number of tasks, resulting in more efficient processes and higher customer satisfaction.
Energy trading firm Erova Energy has boasted a surge in revenues, setting its sights on subsidy-free renewables and merchant battery storage as it looks to grow further.
Shell has penned an agreement to acquire French floating wind specialist Eolfi, expanding its renewables division.