Entsoe-e, the European organisation for transmission network operators, has considered how balancing (and congestion management) can be opened up to smaller organisations and managed across the bloc’s Internal Energy Market (IEM).
The ESO has completed its first weekly auction to procure firm frequency response. Grid Beyond, Limejump, BESS Claredown and Equinicity were all successful in the auction.
As National Grid ESO vows to enable a low-carbon system by 2025, Janet Wood takes a look at progress on the ancillary services needed to run a system without the aid of fossil fuels
With political change in view, New Power and Accent asked the Expert Forum what should be the first ask for a new secretary of state
Octopus Energy has contracted Foresight Metering to fund part of its installation and rollout of smart meters.
Retailer Booths has announced plans to install 42 new electric car chargers at its sites across the North West.
A coal-fired power station converted to biomass fuel is set to start up although it cannot meet new EU emissions requirements.
Suppliers with more than 150,000 customer accounts will have to offer an export tariff for customers that install solar, wind, anaerobic digestion or hydro generation with a capacity up to 5MW, under a new Smart Energy Guarantee (SEG).
The UK’s export finance activities are undermining its international climate and development targets, says a new report from the Environmental Audit Committee.
Vattenfall has issued a €500 million green bond with a tenor of seven years.
The bond is the first international issuance under a Euro Medium Term Note programme listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.