SSEN targets multi-billion investment in transmission plan

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is proposing an investment of £2.4bn from 2021 to 2026 in its RIIO-T2 business plan, A Network for...

Research to explore impact of energy advice

ACE Research, under the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE), is to monitor and evaluate the impact of energy advice to 15,000 consumers across nine...

Western Power Distribution contracts 119MW of flexibility

Western Power Distribution (WPD) has announced that 35 participants operating 87 assets have been awarded flexibility contracts totalling 119MW after its latest procurement round.

SSEN makes last call for feedback on Digital Strategy

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has issued a final call for feedback on its Digital Strategy, with the closing date for responses 31...

UKPN sets out innovation targets in refreshed strategy

UK Power Networks has placed net zero readiness as one of three innovation pillars in its revised innovation strategy.

Northern Powergrid launches e-auction for domestic flexibility

In what it says is a first for the UK, Northern Powergrid has announced that it is to procure flexibility through an...

New guidance launched on treatment of vulnerable customers

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued a consultation on new guidance for companies regarding the fair treatment of vulnerable customers.

National Grid ESO sets out new priorities for innovation focus

The whole energy system and digital transformation are priorities in need of a “significantly greater” innovation focus, National Grid ESO has said.

Report critical of network companies’ lack of proactivity ahead of net...

Ofgem’s RIIO-2 Challenge Group has expressed disappointment that the majority of network companies have failed to be “genuinely proactive” in shaping the path to net...

Ofgem errors have led to higher network profits than necessary

While networks have provided a good service in Britain, mistakes from Ofgem have seen consumers pay more than they should have under...