Webinar: MCPD – what your business needs to know

This free webinar will be brought to you live tomorrow at 11:00AM.

Webinar: MCPD – what your business needs to know

This free webinar will be brought to you live tomorrow at 11:00AM.

TESS 2019: Got any questions about the Medium Combustion Plant Directive?

If so you’re in luck – Jack Christie from KiWi Power will be providing the answers at The Energy Solutions Show (TESS) on 5th June at the Millennium Point in Birmingham

TESS 2019: Take control of your electricity costs with battery storage

Quentin Scrimshire from KiWi Power will be explaining the opportunities for businesses at The Energy Solutions Show (TESS)

ENGIE acquires shares in KiWi Power

We are delighted to announce that ENGIE, the French global utility, has strengthened its relationship with UK-based Distributed Energy Resource Aggregator, KiWi Power.

Break the Monopoly: KiWi Power & Resilience Energy Partner to Offer Domestic Demand Side Response

London, November 2018: KiWi Power and Resilience Energy have entered into a strategic partnership so as to deliver a Residential Demand Response proposition to the UK’s Domestic Energy Market.

Brexit: What Impact Will a “No-Deal” Outcome Have on Energy Supply & Security of Supply?

On 29 March 2019, the UK will cease to be a member of the European Union. With less than 7 months remaining until we make what is sure to be a historic exit, and the increasing possibility of a ‘no deal’ looming, the exact details of the UK’s exit from the European Union are still unclear.

Electricity North West launches flexibility tender

The UK’s future carbon budget requires a reduction in domestic emissions of at least 80% of 1990 levels by 2050.

The Mayor of London Energy Efficiency Fund

The world is changing. With the consequences of climate change already here, and the average temperature of the earth rising at an alarming rate, the time for change is now

BEIS outlines its vision for the future of Solar

With the Governments Feed-In Tarif (FiT) scheme set to close in April 2019, The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has predicted that the total deployable MWs for sub-5MW installations is expected to drop below 50MW-100MW per year as a result.