SP Energy Networks trials “game changer” fault level monitor

SP Energy Networks has commenced trials of the world’s only technology capable of spotting real-time levels of electrical surges in the network.

Electricity North West reveals new flexibility requirements

Electricity North West (ENWL) has launched a new tender, calling for 4.4MW of flexibility over the next three years. Announced in early...

WPD sets out plans for digitalisation, pledges innovative use of data

Western Power Distribution (WPD) has signalled its commitment to publishing open access network data in its roadmap for its first digitisation strategy.

Northern Powergrid eyes EV charger connections process revolution

Northern Powergrid has launched an innovative new tool in the hope of accelerating electric vehicle (EV) uptake. On 4...

Ofcom takes energy sector lead in improving consumer protections

Ofcom has announced new rules on consumer protection that will bring the telecommunications sector into closer alignment with others such as energy.

UKPN sets out how to cut carbon impact of heating

UK Power Networks (UKPN) has launched a heat readiness strategy, setting out how to reduce the carbon impact of heating.

UKPN delivers first picture of V2G around the world

There are over 60 vehicle-to-grid (V2G) projects live around the world, according to research carried out by UK Power Networks (UKPN).

BEIS and Ofgem seek views on vision for future energy retail...

BEIS and Ofgem are looking at ways to make regulation more flexible, ensuring they can adapt to change quicker, with the launch of a...

DNOs publish details on connected generation over 1MW

Britain’s electricity network companies have launched System Wide Resource Registers, giving the entire industry greater information about connected generation over 1MW.

Government looks at fuel poverty definition change to hit targets

Despite steady progress, the government has said “much more needs to be done” if fuel poverty targets are to be met.