UK Power Networks has launched a £300,000 fund aimed at supporting community organisations with energy efficiency projects.
Italian utility Enel has launched a €1 billion green bond to finance new renewables, transmission and distribution networks and e-mobility projects.
David Smith, chief executive of the Energy Networks Association, lays bare the significance and importance of the Flexibility Commitment that, he says, will underpin the creation of a cost-saving ‘Internet of Energy’ for UK households.
Tempus Energy has launched a fresh attack over the government’s handling of the Capacity Market (CM), accusing it of “pretending” that the European Court of Justice’s judgement on the matter is less serious than it is.
National Grid has outlined how renewables could participate in the Capacity Market, unveiling technology-specific de-rating factors that range from 1-15%.
From small-scale generation and storage, to electric vehicles and interconnectors, a dynamic new group of customers has a new list of demands and expectations. Hedd Roberts, head of customer solutions, National Grid Electricity Transmission reveals what they’re doing to satisfy them.
Distribution network operator (DNO) Northern Powergrid has unveiled a widespread DSO transition plan and launched an expression of interest for customers to provide network flexibility from next winter.
Representatives from National Grid and Northern Powergrid have been recognised for their contributions to the UK energy industry in the 2019 New Year’s Honours list.
Current±’s 2018 Review: Capacity Market standstill, Engie’s KiWi Power play and Ofgem’s busy December
We conclude our look back at the most significant stories of 2018 as we cast our (short) memories all the way back to November and the last few weeks of December, including that landmark ruling on the Capacity Market from the ECJ and Ofgem’s busy end to the year.