UK Power Networks launches the DSO

How will it help consumers and what does it mean for the grid?

ENA launches new tool to measure networks’ flexibility

It will provide a benchmark for DNOs looking to grow flexibility

Electricity North West chief executive to retire

The search for the new chief executive is now underway, with the aim to conclude the process by the end of 2022

Grid expertise delivers unprecedented connection success for Novus

The numbers speak for themselves: in less than three years renewable energy developer, Novus has secured more than 1,100 megawatts-worth of viable grid capacity across 34 sites – with this achieved at distribution level alone.

Guest Blog: David Gilbey – Infrastructure, Building connections, and metering solutions for Developers

With the use of former Retail Sector building stock and office buildings into residential units – or HMO’s, it is becoming apparent that utility connections and building services are not being considered early enough in the project as they bring with them specific challenges.

Northern Powergrid unveils EV-adoption tool

A new online tool makes real-world network information accessible and transparent to help organisations decide where to install charging equipment

Ofgem proposes to allow network firms to recover £75m of funding

They recover their allowed revenues from charges to suppliers, who in turn pass these costs to customers through their energy bills

SSEN partners up for flexible power procurement services

Consumers providing the flexibility services will typically be paid around £300/MWh

SSEN invests £3m in ‘self-restoring’ network technology

It is expected to dramatically reduce the duration of unplanned power cuts

Former energy minister to oversee SP Energy Networks’ power plans

Charles Hendry will scrutinise the electricity distribution network operator’s future business plans