Kaluza’s Marzia Zafar examines how legacy software systems are adding costs and complexity to the operation of energy retailers, asking what the risk of not replatforming is?
A trial as part of the second phase of the Distributed ReStart project has shown how a range of smaller energy sources can be used to restore power in the event of a total or partial system shutdown.
Enzen has launched a new cybersecurity methodology and framework for UK energy and utility businesses, as concerns over hacking and cyberattacks grows.
The government has unveiled £553 million of funding to help public building decarbonise by rolling out electrified heating solutions, insulation and renewable generation.
Current± took a look at three of the projects awarded funding as part of Stream Two of BEIS’s Longer Duration Energy Storage Demonstration Programme.
UK Power Networks will be able to speed up its electricity connection upgrade services through a new partnership with Google involving digitalisation of its electricity cable maps.
Early announcement of gas boiler ban needed alongside Boiler Upgrade Scheme to hit government targets
The Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS) – which opened today – will not be enough to ensure the UK reaches the government’s heat pump installation target, with the early announcement of a ban on new gas boilers imperative.
Software provider Arenko is now optimising Vattenfall’s 22MW/16MWh battery, co-located at the 228MW Pen y Cymoedd Wind Farm in South Wales.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution has launched a new trial to help ease the rollout of low carbon technologies (LCTs) on its network.
Jumptech is expanding into the Netherlands through a new partnership with electric vehicle (EV) chargepoint installer VEBE.