As the COVID-19 lockdown changes demand patterns, the grid's flexibility is put to the test.
As the country goes into lockdown, the power demand profile is changing due to the shutdown of offices and industry.
E.On’s UK customer numbers continued to fall throughout 2019, it announces in a financial statement that also shines a light on the impact of coronavirus.
In a statement released today, energy regulator Ofgem has announced it is to review its work plans for 2020 in light of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
As the world struggles to cope with the current COVID-19 crisis, the energy sector is adjusting to ensure a secure, reliable supply and a protected workforce.
ScottishPower Energy Networks (SPEN) has partnered with Canadian technology company CGI to build a so-called master model of its network.
GridBeyond's head of market strategy Eamonn Bell talks through Ofgem's Targeted Charging Review, looking at everything, from what it means for the energy sector to who will be effected.
A 100MW UK energy storage site being developed by Penso Power is to see an additional 50MW of capacity.
The green energy transition should not be derailed by efforts to respond to the global COVID-19 emergency, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has said.