P2 is an uninformative name that covers a keystone of the electricity distribution system in Great Britain. It refers to the engineering standards that govern how connections can be made to the electricity distribution networks – a persistent bar
News of a new electricity market design “put the fear of god into us” John Mogg (board member at the Agency for the Co-op of Energy Regulators, Acer, and non executive chairman at Ofgem) said at a recent European Energy Summit hosted by Platt’s.
Networks are being overpaid and their regulators have not adjusted to changed economic circumstances, according to a new report from Citizens Advice.
There is no shortage of gas entering the GB market. But can it be physically shifted through the GB network fast enough to meet new user demands? National Grid is asking for feedback.
Companies who participate in the gas market will miss the planned start date for implementing a new IT system for the competitive market developed in a process named “Project Nexus".
Last year Ovo announced that it would offer its back-office services to community groups and local councils who want to offer energy services. The company hopes these “community partnerships” will be a major source of growth.
Chris Houghton joined Ovo, one of the UK’s fastest-growing energy companies, last year. During renovations and expansion at the company’s London office, he talked to Janet Wood about managing that growth.
The Electricity Balancing Significant Code Review - so-called 'cash-out reform' - will change market dynamics. The industry has until November to prepare for the first phase. Janet Wood took a look at market players' 'to do' lists for the period.
Ofgem's reform will make four major changes to cash-out.
Adding electric vehicles to the network in large numbers will raise demand and could represent a technical challenge. But results from a year-long trial in London suggest the challenge is manageable. Tobi Babalola explains