Dealing with a digitalised grid if the internet breaks down
What might happen to a digitalised grid if the internet breaks down? Phil Lawton, power systems practice manager at the Energy Systems Catapult, asks and answers a difficult question
Engerati 2.0: Let’s get Digital
Welcome to the new look Engerati website!
Smart cities represent a major revenue opportunity for utilities
Utilities have the ‘know-how and the capabilities’ to accelerate smart city development, creating a mega new market for the energy industry, according to a new report.
WoodMac: Software intelligence key to unlocking US demand response
System operators are working hard to find faster responding flexibility and distributed energy resources.
Flexitricity: The flexible customer makes a cleaner grid
Engerati talks to Flexitricity about the UK’s progress in integrating flexible resources.
Flexibility exchange to be demonstrated in UK
The FleX competition will support the development of innovative solutions to value and trade flexibility in the electricity market.
Engerati Editorial: Utilities start thinking out of the sandbox
The digital revolution is a wave that can propel utilities into a future, more efficient and connected world, but it risks drowning those who fail to stay on top of the latest developments.
Energy experts advocate cooperation at Innogrid2020+
Innogrid Day 1: TSOs and DSOs urged their colleagues to work together on digitalisation and other projects to solve common problems posed by the challenges and opportunities facing the industry.
Utilities need to get smart or lose efficiency… and customers
The smart grid could be a double-edged sword for utilities as it creates potential for efficiency gains but also opens the market to new entrants, speakers warned in London this week.
Energy start-ups team up with utilities in global pilot phase
Free Electrons has chosen 15 companies to demonstrate their projects at a pilot phase starting in Ohio later this month.
LEAFS: market-based flexibility control can trigger problems in low voltage grids
A report from the Austrian LEAFS project will examine solutions for avoiding problems in low voltage grid networks that may be caused by market-based incentives to manage flexible load.
The Importance of Markets and Policy to Demand Response
This paper focuses on the conditions that are needed to create a market structure that enables the value of demand response to be released.
Optimized Network Utilities and Demand Response
This paper looks at how demand response fits within an Optimized Network Utility.