SP Energy Networks (SPEN) is switching to drone technology for transmission network inspection, following a successful trial last year.
National Grid ESO has agreed to pay £1.5 million to Ofgem’s voluntary redress fund after it failed to provide unbiased and accurate seven-day ahead electricity demand forecasts in 2017.
Demand is forecast to continue to be low this summer, although some resurgence is expected in comparison to levels seen in 2020.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is now offering data on electric vehicle (EV) chargepoint availability within its Power Track app.
Enzen has launched Network Analysis services, offering distribution network operators (DNO) modelling and forecasting tools.
Big Six energy company SSE has entered into an agreement to sell its contracting division to the Aurelius Group for £27.5 million.
Permission to appeal modifications to the electricity and gas transmission and gas distribution licences has been granted to nine energy companies by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) is celebrating taking another step forward with its interactive roadmap for DSO implementation as it reveals a new update.
National Grid ESO has hit a key milestone in its Clean Energy Package, as it begins procuring Short Term Operating Reserve (STOR) on a daily basis.