Electrons to insight: The shift in the utility business model
OSIsoft’s Michael Kanellos reflects on the opportunities utilities have to commercialise their network expertise.
Time for an EU entity for distribution system operators?
European Distribution System Operators for Smart Grids wants to play a key role in Europe’s energy transformation.
Plugging into Denmark’s energy potential
Denmark’s electricity grids should be further connected to neighbouring countries, says European Commission.
IEA – storage, EVs, solar and onshore wind on track
IEA reports that three of 26 clean energy technologies monitored are on track to meet interim emission reduction targets.
Cuts in cogeneration surcharges for Europe’s energy intensive firms
EU state aid regulators approved lower surcharges to finance cogeneration for energy-intensive companies in Germany and Italy.
Slovenia and Croatia get €40m to bridge the energy gap
EU funding for the first phase of the Sincro Grid project has been awarded.
Scottish Power to build medium-voltage transmission link in Wales
Scottish Power Energy Networks is deploying Europe’s first medium-voltage transmission direct current link.
Distributed generation: New report flags utility threats and opportunities
Distributed generation represents the greatest threat to utility revenues and hosting capacity, according to an Accenture report.
Smart islands – UK's Isles of Scilly eye low-carbon solutions
Islands face specific challenges and must tailor their energy solutions to the particular needs of their own systems.
Transmission & Distribution
The DNO-DSO journey part two – the future state of the industry
Energy suppliers pump USD into blockchain platform
The Energy Web Foundation has gained support for the development of an open source blockchain platform for the energy sector.