Following on from Mark Howitt’s article last month about security of supply, National Grid clarifies the concerns he raised.
An increase in electric vehicle ownership in the UK is becoming inevitable. Simon Sjenitzer asks, can legislation help our infrastructure cope?
Franck Latrémolière says years of experience in commercial matters related to electricity networks have given him an insight into what doesn’t work. That includes some of the conclusions of the Helm review
I’m so tired of energy industry members and SmartEnergyGB talking about how smart meters will allow companies to send accurate bills.
National Grid is a naturally, and rightfully, cautious organisation. But as system operator, sometimes it takes it too far.
Distributed generation has changed electricity supply significantly, as small fleets of gas engines have been installed to provide peaking supplies. What does the change mean for the gas networks that supply them, and is the boom over?
Katie Black, head of transport, energy and digital at National Infrastructure Commission, talks to Janet Wood about how her responsibilities converge, and about consulting in how to take the UK’s infrastructure forward
National Grid is rationalising the market for ancillary services. Will that include phasing out the parallel mandatory market? Janet Wood reports
Igem chief executive Sarb Bajwa says it is time to bring the debates about the future of the gas network to the public. He spoke to Janet Wood
Offshore transmission links between the GB and EU markets remain on the EU’s list of “projects of common interest”.