IT and tech giant Fujitsu has unveiled a blockchain-powered, demand side response technology designed to allow energy trading between energy consumers.
Connected Kerb has unveiled its maiden install of its kerbside public charging station in what’s been described as a “ground-breaking” development for the electric vehicle sector.
Haven Power, the Drax-owned renewable energy supplier, has announced a partnership with demand side response firm GridBeyond to target Haven’s business customer base.
Current± talks to Mickey Steiner, managing director at innogy Israel, one of four key destinations for innogy’s Innovation Hub, about the division’s inspiration, the problems big utilities face with innovation and how start-ups are shaping the new energy paradigm.
Energy tech firm Faraday Grid has received a £25 million investment from WeWork co-founder and chief exec Adam Neumann.
National Grid has this week launched a new ‘Distributed Resource Desk’ in its control room, enabling the Electricity System Operator (ESO) to allow smaller market players to participate much faster.
European utility Enel has turned to AI software provider C3 to work as a strategic partner of big data platforms and applications across the entire business in a move which it says will strengthen its position at the top of the energy transition.
Automotive giant Toyota and electronics firm Panasonic have announced a joint venture which will look to lead the field in EV battery technology.
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) has this morning kicked off what promises to be the “biggest year yet” for its landmark Open Networks Project.