Shell-owned Limejump is set to optimise 100MW of battery storage, providing grid balancing and frequency response services.
A national strategy could ‘kick-start’ a community energy revolution, with the potential for schemes to generate up to 5.3GW.
SP Energy Networks has launched a trial of two prototype monitors, which it says is the world’s only technology that can spot real-time electrical surges on the network.
DNO delays blamed as BP Chargemaster rolls out 'significantly' fewer ultra-fast chargers than planned
BP’s VP of advanced mobility, Roy Willliamson, has blamed the speed of putting DNO infrastructure in place for slowing down the roll-out of ultra-fast chargers, whilst stressing the value of data in a digital economy.
Over the weekend, Storm Ciara hit the UK causing wind power to surge, breaking two records.
The latest T-1 Capacity Market (CM) auction has cleared at £1.00/kW/y, with just two storage assets winning contracts, prompting renewed questions over the benefits of running such auctions.
Engie is on the hunt for a new chief executive after its board of directors elected not to reappoint incumbent Isabelle Kocher.
UK Power Networks (UKPN) has installed new technology it claims will help to facilitate greater deployment of low carbon technology.
In order for Glasgow to become net zero by 2030, over £2.3 billion will need to be invested in its energy networks, electric vehicles (EVs) and heat pumps, according to ScottishPower.