Transmission & Distribution
Electric Nation V2G project announces Flexitricity as first energy partner
The DSR aggregator will simulate the conditions of the balancing mechanism to gather valuable data
New investor for demand response firm Flexitricity
Change of investor for Flexitricity is an ‘exciting new phase’ in its growth
Participants in demand response programmes show 30% more engagement with their utility
Currently less than 2% of the global potential for demand response is being utilised, according to the International Energy Agency.
Power to the people: reinventing the grid
Distributed renewables coupled with AI and machine learning offer a heady mix of possibilities for recasting the UK energy system into something that gives the customer ownership of costs and carbon, but practical problems remain. Stephen Cousins separates science fact from science fiction.
How to engage utility customers of the future?
Consumers are showing increased interest in responding to time of use tariffs and more innovative options, according to the Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative.
Virtual power plants spring to action in Europe, Japan and Australia
VPPs are primed to take advantage of the most lucrative markets, according to a webinar with Navigant, Enbala and the Australian grid operator AEMO.
The billion-dollar energy-as-a-service opportunity
Deloitte lists Schneider Electric, Engie and Siemens as market leaders, but warns that digitalisation is lowering the barriers to entry.
National Grid: Focus on greater customer engagement
The system operator and a demand-side response expert discussed how the supplier/customer relationship will change in a Navigant webinar.
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.