Following Ofgem giving the green light to half hourly settlement, Tyron Vardy, director of products at energy software company ENSEK, takes a look at what this change will mean for the sector.
Jumptech has announced a new partnership with electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure company TSG UK.
In order to hit the UK’s net zero target, the installation of low carbon heating systems needs to increase from 26,000 a year currently to 1.2 million by 2030.
Current± caught up with heat battery start-up Caldera founder and CEO James Macnaghten to discuss the economics of the technology, and the opportunity for the technology in the UK and beyond.
Domestic demand side response (DSR) can reduce bills by 25%, the UK’s largest trial has found.
SP Energy Networks (SPEN) has unveiled a first of its kind tool for modelling the uptake of low-carbon forms of heat, dubbed ‘Heat-Up’.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is to use near real-time data from smart meters to respond to power interruptions.
World's largest domestic V2G trial finds hardware costs still too high despite 'significant financial rewards'
Aggregated electric vehicles (EVs) participating in Dynamic Containment could earn consumers up to £725 a year, but hardware costs must reduce.
Following the Carbon Trust's recent report, Current± caught up with the non-profit's director Andrew Lever to discuss the benefits of flexibility for the country as a whole.