Flexibility management with artificial intelligence
Lyse and Smartly are demonstrating how flexibility can bring value to end customers in Norway
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.
In Focus Q&A: ENGIE’s innovation director
Engerati spoke recently with Csilla Kohalmi-Monfils, who is innovation director at ENGIE Fab, the group's hub for innovation.
National Grid backs PowerPaired community energy platform
Sustainability charity Forum for the Future has launched a new online "matchmaking" platform to pair up community energy groups and the businesses or public sector organisations that own sites or buildings that could be at the heart of community-owned schemes.
Protection relays: turning energy uncertainty into opportunity with grid digitalisation
By Alexandre Golisano, Strategy Director Power Systems UK & Ireland at Schneider Electric
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.
A European data alliance may be the answer to the data access issue
The Energy Data Access Alliance is being led by the Estonian TSO Elering.
Using energy provenance to enhance customer trust
Simon Brod, Innovation & Development Director, Powerpeers
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.
A new electricity retail index could open up the flexibility market
A simple price index can help deliver clarity of the value being added to customers and help drive engagement.
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
Freeing up energy data
The ability for people to freely share their energy data with service providers is a key enabler of sustainable energy. Elering has launched an initiative to harmonise data access called the European Data Alliance.
4 Key points of the European Energy Efficiency Directive
Is consolidation the key to growth in the European heat pump market? Our take on the Stiebel Eltron Thermia acquisition
Can one company boost the UK's interest in heat pumps? E.ON’s The Big Dip campaign is making a splash.
emPOWER – the Energy Transition Summit
Taking place on Tuesday 18 February 2020 from 14:00 to 18:15
Eurelectric Power Summit 2020 25 & 26 May, Dublin
New policymakers have made their entrance in Brussels. 2020 promises dynamic debates around the Green Deal and the way forward for the decarbonisation of the entire economy.
Legal & Technical Challenges of Explainable AI
The explainability of decisions adopted by AI is a growing concern as shown by the increasing stream of research on explainable AI (XAI) which aims to reduce the trade-off between explainability and predictive efficiency of AI algorithms.
- Elering Freeing up energy data Elering
- Engerati DSOs as enablers for local flexibility – the InterFlex experience Engerati
- AIT Grid friendly flexibility in the low voltage networks – learnings from the project leafs AIT
- Indigo Advisory Group Managing the Energy Information Grid – Automation Strategies for Utilities Indigo Advisory Group
- Energy Retail Digitising low voltage substations – challenges and opportunities Advantech