Energy Efficiency and Management
Industry reacts to government’s ten-point plan for a ‘green industrial revolution’
How the industry responded to the prime minister's ten-point plan for a green recovery
Nine Scottish colleges launch renewable and energy efficiency training centres
Energy Skills Partnership has announced plans to establish nine renewable and energy efficiency training centres in colleges across central and southern Scotland
Government outlines ten-point plan for a ‘green industrial revolution’
Prime minister Boris Johnson outlines his ten-point plan for a 'green industrial revolution' which will create 250,000 jobs
European smart thermostat market expected to grow 19% by 2030
Growing popularity of smart thermostat in Europe means it is primed to rock the market
Engerati Explains: Prospective Fault Level Monitoring
Power distribution operators seeking to operate smarter
Keeping the lights on at the end of the tunnel
Tentative steps to ease restrictions across Europe will bring new challenges for DSOs
Improving network efficiency with Ericsson’s AI-powered Energy Infrastructure Operations
A new energy management solution in operation in Myanmar cuts energy use, emissions and outages in telecom networks.
New tariff proposal could resolve a looming problem with grid expansion
The existing network tariff structure is not fit for purpose. A new bandwidth model proposed in the Netherlands and Norway could be a solution.
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.
Transmission & Distribution
The potential value of DSOs – keeping costs low in a flexible electricity system
AFRY Management Consulting research suggests a more coordinated use of resources could reduce Great Britain’s system costs by up to £7 billion by 2050.
Bristol’s bold leap of faith
Like many local authorities, Bristol City Council isn't waiting for government to lead in the net-zero challenge; it's identified £1 billion of decarbonisation projects and is seeking a private sector "strategic partner" to make them happen. Councillor Kye Dudd tells Network's Elaine Knutt about the plan.
Supporting innovation for the low carbon transition
Businesses are racing to support the transition to a low-carbon economy as the impacts of climate change become ever-clearer but bringing great ideas to market can be challenging
InovGrid: Evolution of the smartest
There’s a new paradigm in the electricity industry sector
Delivering client-focused innovation to transform grid operations
Utilities are under unprecedented pressure from regulators to reduce costs and improve their performance while enhancing customer service.