Solar Media, the publisher of Clean Energy News, is delighted to introduce the Future Power Networks UK conference, a new launch event for 2018.
Good Energy is to pivot its core business towards energy services instead of supply, an area which it sees as the “future value” of the energy sector as the clean energy transition continues.
French energy major EDF has pledged to commence an “unprecedented acceleration” in renewable energy deployment having witnessed its UK nuclear revenues collapse in 2017.
Over 9,000MWh of battery energy storage could be deployed in Britain over the next five years as the sector enjoys a trend towards “explosive growth” driven largely by the country's clean energy transition, a market analyst has said.
Electron wants to create more alignment in the UK power sector, which it said is much needed if energy and flexibility trading is to realise its full potential.
Germany’s Next Kraftwerke is bringing to market a new product that allows energy companies to establish their own virtual power plants.
Centrica has pitched its future vision of the UK’s business energy market, suggesting that greater distributed power could save the economy billions, create thousands of jobs and help boost productivity.
Innogy is doubling down on its vision for growth in decentralised generation and new grid infrastructure as it prepares to “rigorously implement” its new strategy.
Disruption caused by cyber attacks and the rise of greater decentralised generation pose of the greatest risks to traditional utilities, analysis by consultancy firm EY has concluded.
The Energy Networks Association has launched a new consultation seeking views on modernising flexibility markets which it says are “no longer fit for purpose”.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has commissioned an independent review into the whole system costs of energy in the UK.
A group of six former energy leaders has warned today that the UK’s utilities must adapt to the energy transition if they are to survive.