Wouter Kimman, data scientist at Open Energi, takes a look back at the breakthrough technology and renewable energy records that typified 2017 and explores why they underpin a greater need for flexibility within the UK's grid.
Follow the launch of the follow-up to its popular demand response product Dynamic Demand, Clean Energy News caught up with Open Energi technical director Michael Bironneu and commercial director David Hill to discuss the platform’s development, demand response’s role in the energy transition and how it will change in the future.
Flexitricity is bidding to take end users into National Grid’s Balancing Mechanism by seeking a supply licence.
Open Energi has launched its new Dynamic Demand 2.0 platform, capable of helping businesses shift demand by connecting an increased array of on-site equipment.
Digitalisation looks set to bring about fundamental change in the energy sector, saving hundreds of billions of US dollars by easing network constraints and removing the need for new infrastructure.
Enel has said it wants to bring forward an “unparalleled suite” of energy services after yesterday completing its purchase of US-based Enernoc.
Italian utility Enel has agreed to pay $300 million (£235 million) to acquire the US demand response and energy management software firm Enernoc.
Tarmac is the UK’s leading building materials construction solutions company, committed to delivering a sustainable environment for the future. Steffan Eldred, senior energy optimisation manager at Tarmac, talks about the company’s approach to sustainability and how demand response fits in.
Gateshead Energy Company, owned by Gateshead Council, is to bolster its coffers by up to £1 million by entering into a demand response partnership with Flexitricity.
A new form of demand response could help protect the grid and in doing so save Britain from required spending on infrastructure of as much as £1.26 billion by 2020, according to service provider Open Energi.