Electric vehicle (EV) chargepoints have increased by nearly 2,700 across London, the east and south east in the past twelve months, UK Power Networks (UKPN) has said.
PODCAST: What’s causing Europe’s power market volatility; M&A and investing flows into energy storage
As power prices across Europe continue to go haywire, Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe attempt to explain the numerous contributing factors in this month’s episode of the Solar Media Podcast.
The UK is lagging behind other European countries such as Finland, Norway and Sweden in making changes to increase the flexibility of the grid.
The volatility in wholesale power prices due to exposure to global gas prices has demonstrated the need to diversify and decarbonise the UK’s domestic energy system.
SP Energy Networks (SPEN) has become the first company to successfully deploy a fully-functioning Universal Smart Energy Framework (USEF)-compliant flexibility market in GB.
The Scottish Affairs Committee has called on Ofgem to change how transmission charges are distributed, to help strengthen the Scottish renewables sector.
National Grid has confirmed that 1GW of interconnector capacity will be offline until 27 March 2022, turning to the North Sea Link to help plug the gap.
New research from Cornwall Insight has revealed that electric vehicles (EVs) could contribute an additional 71.6TWh by 2040.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution has joined the Association of Decentralised Energy’s (ADE) Flex Assure scheme.