Our re-cap of the year continues with the biggest stories in May and June, as solar PV generation records tumble in the UK’s glorious sunshine and investment in energy storage technologies ramps up.
In the first of a series of predictions pieces running over the coming weeks, Fluence’s Marek Kubik and Open Energi’s David Hill offer their predictions as to what may happen in the energy sector in 2019.
We continue our run-down of the most significant stories of the year, today taking a look back at March and April, which saw Ofgem unveil its overhaul of network incentives and major moves from some of UK energy’s biggest players.
Regulators must bring about an entirely redesigned approach to the electricity market if it is to properly embrace and realise the potential of the energy evolution, a new report has concluded.
Ofgem chief executive Dermot Nolan is to stay in his post until at least the end of February 2020 after extending his original contract.
Although problematic, the benefits of residential smart meters, coupled with connected appliances, are without question. But their application is triggering significant debate within the power sector surrounding data use and what protections consumers may need in the future.
As the year draws to a close, Current± takes a look back at some of the most significant stories of 2018. Today we recap stories from the first two months of the year, including news of coal’s collapse in the Capacity Market and government investment in V2G.
Following on from the launch of a voluntary code of conduct for the demand side response sector, John Bryant, head of business development at the Association for Decentralised Energy, discusses the need for such a code and, what it aims to achieve
A hard Brexit that sees Great Britain fall out of the Internal Energy Market (IEM) could cost consumers as much as £270 million a year, a new report from the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) has claimed.