Financing and Investment
New investor for demand response firm Flexitricity
Change of investor for Flexitricity is an ‘exciting new phase’ in its growth
Engerati 2.0: Let’s get Digital
Welcome to the new look Engerati website!
EIT InnoEnergy The Business Booster: Humanising the Energy Transition
EIT InnoEnergy gathered 1,120 innovation leaders at utilities, investors and start-ups from 44 countries in Paris last week to boost the sustainable energy transition.
Editorial: Start-up, collaborate and listen
Utilities seek to disrupt themselves by collaborating with start-ups to accelerate their rate of digitalisation.
Member voice – Unlocking executive priorities for innovation
In part two of Ana Domingues' "Utilities digital journey insights" series, she discusses the innovation priorities of utilities and how this compares to other industries.
Can transactive energy mould the future of energy?
Transactive energy offers the potential to future-proof the energy market and bring forward game-changing trends, such as community energy, blockchain, smarter cities and new industry partnerships.
Member voice – utilities playing catch-up in the race to digitally transform
This week's member voice comes from Ana Domingues, VP Global Utilities and Communications at CGI, discussing key considerations to keep pace with digital transformations.
Why utilities should build the future of e-mobility
With electric vehicles revolutionising the energy market, what is the role that utilities can play in the transformation?
Attracting energy efficiency investors: standardising the process
How do we make energy efficiency projects attractive for investment funds?
Member voice – UK oil and gas tax revenues have increased, says HMRC
BP has this week announced the start of the landmark Shah Deniz 2 project in Azerbaijan and its first commercial gas delivery to Turkey. A blog by Grace Kimberley, Brand Manager at Energy Jobline
Integrating DERs – how tech startups can help utilities get there
In the path towards a sustainable energy industry, promising tech startups can be key partners to unlock innovation for utilities.