Tempus Energy is set to break the mould of energy supply companies. But as founder Sara Bell tells Janet Wood, that wasn't the original intention
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If any group can crack open the energy supply market, it may be local authorities: existing customers, strong balance sheets, the power to make things happen. But so far there’s been a lot of consultancy and very little action. That could be about to change, writes Brendan Coyne
If small diesel and gas generators can stack up enough revenue streams to underpin investment, why can't storage, which may have even more services to offer? Janet Wood found that at this stage of development, the many options of storage make it more difficult to set out a clear investment case.
Scottish Power Transmission (SPT) wants some of the cost of replacing ageing conductors on part of its network to be paid by customers through the so-called Innovation Rollout Mechanism.
Siemens and J–Power Systems, a subsidiary of Japan’s Sumitomo Electric Industries, have been awarded contracts together valued at about €500 million to provide major components for National Grid’s Nemo interconnector with Belgium.
Dong Energy is to proceed with the Race Bank offshore wind farm, the company has announced. It will be built under the Renewables Obligation, earning 1.8Rocs/MWh.
Ofgem has set out in detail the penalties or restitution it will impose on parties that are found to have breached new “Remit” regulations in energy trading.
Technical implementation of rules for notifying energy market trades to regulators should be achieved on schedule, but it will take more time to understand and assess the data being reported, the Agency for the Co-operation of Energy Regulators (A
System operator National Grid says margins “look set to remain tight” in the winters of 2016/17 and 2017/18 and it will consult next month on whether to extend its strategic balancing reserve (SBR) and demand side balancing reserve (DSBR) measures
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc) has invited participants to sign up for its second Electricity Demand Reduction (EDR) pilot auction early next year. Decc has up to £6 million in total available for projects delivering savings