Hosted in association with the Energy Networks Association, free to attend webinar will provide an invaluable overview of how flexible grid technologies are driving the development of a low carbon energy systems
New report says raft of policy changes geared incentivising innovators to create new low carbon products and services for consumers could generate 'big bang' moment for the energy sector akin to finance in the 80s and telecoms in the 90s
Firm's virtual power plant aggregates flexibility from a wide range of assets owned by customers across Britain, ranging from hospitals, universities, local authorities, district heating schemes, supermarkets and commercial growers.
New initiative from the Open Networks Project aims to help fast track the development of the burgeoning flexible grid sector
The UK's decarbonisation strategy should pay more attention to the public health benefits of lowering energy demand, the study from Green Alliance in collaboration with the Centre for Research into Energy Demand Solutions (CREDS) argues
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New report explores how the combination of electric vehicle and smart grid technologies could deliver big savings for UK households
Assessment of 21 countries finds UK flexibility services market is relatively well developed, but separate study warns country is still struggling to attract smart grid investment