Following last month’s decision from Ofgem to allow Western Power Distribution (WPD) to access smart meter data from consumers’ homes, head of innovation and development at the Energy Networks Association Randolph Brazier explains what use of this data could mean for the future energy system.
With tariffs skyrocketing and zero marginal cost generation increasing its share, the notoriously difficult energy retail sector is facing quite the conundrum. But are telecoms-esque subscription models the answer? David Pratt seeks to find out.
Renewable supplier Bulb has secured a £60 million investment as it bids to strengthen its energy tech teams and target further growth.
Energy giant E.On has partnered with housing developer Berkeley Homes for a ‘Future Energy Home’ pilot that combines various energy saving technologies in South London.
Richard Dowling, chief economist at The Faraday Grid, examines the drivers behind emerging ‘Energy as a Service’ models and how they’ll benefit consumers.
The smart meter roll-out should be extended to 2023 to address a number of issues that have emerged for consumers, according to Citizens Advice.
'Important milestone': Limejump takes first aggregated unit into Balancing Mechanism using Virtual Power Plant
Limejump has been admitted into the Balancing Mechanism (BM) using its Virtual Power Plant (VPP), laying claim to being the first to use an aggregated BM unit (BMU) in the market.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has begun the process of potentially opening the door for renewables to compete in the Capacity Market.
E.On has posted a 10% rise in half-year earnings, bolstered by strong performance from its core business units as its acquisition of innogy appears in the horizon.