Despite a thriving renewables sector, the UK has dropped one place in EY’s 58th Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI).
Excess solar and wind could generate between 60-80GW of renewable hydrogen, helping Britain to avoid future energy supply crunches.
UK Power Networks (UKPN) is using a £2 million machine learning tool to create what it has described as a “Matrix like” simulation of the south east’s electricity network.
11 rapid electric bus chargers have been installed at First Bus’ Caledonia Depot as part of a partnership with SP Energy Networks.
Tight margins are to characterise this year’s winter period, with significant price spikes in the Balancing Mechanism possible.
The world’s longest subsea electricity interconnector, the North Sea Link, has started operation.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has launched a consultation into the potential of re-coupling Great Britain’s electricity auctions.
DNV has published new guidelines for power transmission and distribution operators and equipment manufacturers on cybersecurity.
Current± caught up with Gordon Fairley, sales and business development lead, to discuss how digitalisation can help prevent and improve the resolution of faults on the electricity networks.