Hermes Investment Management has introduced a carbon tool for fund managers to assess their fund’s carbon performance.
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Professor Martin Cave is the preferred candidate to be the new chair of Ofgem. Cave was deputy chair at the UK Competition Commission and deputy panel chair of the Competition and Markets Authority where he argued in favour of a price cap.
New suppliers, asset developers and others using the distribution networks should have a smoother and easier process to work out the costs of using the network, according to central body Electralink.
Francesco Starace, group chief executive of Enel and Eurelectric’s current president, had some good news for electricity utilities at the group’s annual summit.
As National Grid launched its road map for black start and reactive power, its head of commercial power, Cathy McClay, told National Grid’s annual Power Responsive meeting how the market for demand-side response services had grown.
NGET is planning to start market trials in the first half of 2020/21 for a new black-start service.
Utilities face a deadline of October to halt installation of early-version smart meters (so-called Smets 1 versions) and start mass rollout of a new, Smets 2 version.
A new charging regime that will cut payments available to small embedded generators from Triad avoidance will remain in effect after a group of operators led by Peak Gen failed in their bid to win a judicial review.
Greg Jackson brings experience of retail and of new technologies to the energy supply business.
Jo Gilbert was a driving force and expert working with Nottingham City Council to launch Robin Hood Energy. She is leaving direct involvement in energy to provide support for women in business.