Renewable energy policy, specifically wind, has been exercising politicians in Wales, the Irish Republic and Scotland in recent weeks.
Transmission company EirGrid has said it is delighted about a court ruling that has upheld planning approval for the southern section of Ireland’s north-south interconnector.
Filippo Gaddo considers how distributed energy markets have to be redesigned for a future with smart grids
In two decades Leeds could be running on low-carbon hydrogen – if the H21 project is successful.
Eight projects were awarded four-year contracts by National Grid to provide so-called enhanced frequency response (EFR). What has happened at those sites since the contract award?
Dominic Whittome argues that the benefits of storage go far beyond power. It can cut other business costs too
The value of electricity storage is split between the visible and invisible.
You need scale to play in the energy industry.
Companies considering investing in battery storage for “behind the meter” energy management or to offer ancillary services may be able to get a better return without the battery installation, says Richard Palmer of Carter Jonas.
Independent aggregators could be “free riders” in demand-side response under current European Commission proposals to open the market, according to new analysis by consultants DNV-GL.
Last month’s New Power showed that customers were continuing to leak away from the big six integrated utilities.