ENA launches new tool to measure networks’ flexibility

It will provide a benchmark for DNOs looking to grow flexibility

Ofgem funds 40 projects to help energy networks hit net zero

The projects will receive £150,000 to begin research for the next two months

Flood warnings issued for Storm Franklin

Those living near the River Mersey have been given a severe flood warning

Third Party Costs – what are they and what does the future hold?

Third Party Costs (TPCs), also called non-energy or non-commodity costs, make up around 60% of a typical energy bill.

Why the smart grid is at the forefront of the energy revolution

The way the energy industry works hasn’t changed all that much for decades now. But we’re at the start of an energy revolution, with the smart grid at the forefront.

Network companies call on politicians to take bolder action to go net zero

The Energy Networks Association says government, industry and communities can deliver a greener future which benefits people in every part of Britain

Scotland
Scotland ‘could be poised for a clean heat revolution’

That’s the call from industry body Scottish Renewables, which suggests a new Heat Networks Bill could see the equivalent of 460,000 homes heated renewably by 2030

Energy giant E.ON raises €1.5bn of green bonds

They will fund sustainable infrastructure and energy efficiency projects

Head shot of Business and Energy Secretary Greg Clark smiling
Greg Clark: Electricity trilemma is coming to an end

The business and energy secretary believes cheap power ‘is now green power’

Ofgem decides against mid-period review for networks price control

It follows Western Power Distribution’s decision to voluntarily return £77 million after the government cancelled its rail electrification schemes