Demand-side response (DSR) aggregator KiWi Power is rolling out behind-the-meter battery storage on commercial and industrial sites.
Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon has committed the country to establishing the government-owned, not-for-profit energy company first mooted last year.
Innogy has acquired Statkraft’s 50% stake in the 860MW Triton Knoll offshore wind farm, making it the project’s sole owner.
The world’s first floating offshore wind farm was opened this month by Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon and has started to deliver electricity to the grid. The scheme has a price tag of nearly £200 million.
Carmaker Nissan and energy company OVO have announced plans to offer a vehicle-to-grid deal to customers who buy a Nissan LEAF from January 2018.
E.On has launched a tariff for electric and hybrid vehicle owners, using energy purchased from 100% renewable electricity and green gas.
Shell has launched a new on-forecourt electric vehicle (EV) rapid charging service.
Parliament has been told that the UK government will publish a so-called deployment pathway for carbon capture, utilisation and storage within the next year and set up a task force within the next month that will look at the economics.
Power management company Eaton is building an energy service for data centres that will enable organisations to participate in grid-level frequency regulation by using UPS back-up power.
Water and sewerage company Severn Trent has partnered with Open Energi to unlock demand flexibility from its equipment.