distribution network operators
Network Awards 2020
Bringing together the UK's gas, power and heat networks and the surrounding supply chain to celebrate achievements across the industry.
Unlocking the value of flexibility for networks
As flexibility procurement becomes a crucial tool for distribution network operators (DNOs), energy users are presented with a new opportunity, writes Andrew McKenna, commercial manager at Northern Powergrid, who is leading the development of the company's flexibility services implementation.
A platform-based approach to distribution operations
Brad Williams, vice president, industry strategy at Oracle Utilities gives his views on the challenges facing distribution network operators (DNOs) as they continue to make the transition to distribution system operators (DSOs).
Networks move to speed up EV rollout
Britain's local electricity networks have launched new reforms that will cut the paperwork required for connecting electric vehicles to the grid, the Energy Networks Association (ENA) has announced.
Jeremy Carey, managing director of 42 Technology, highlights the development of new condition monitoring technology and talks about the challenges as an SME of working with distribution network operators (DNOs).
Technology & Operations
The case for a role-based approach to DSO
Dr Vincent Thornley, technology director at Fundamentals, looks at how distribution network operators are continuing their transition to distribution system operators.
Network operators responding well to severe weather
Electricity distribution network operators are responding well to the severe weather - with both SSEN and Northern Powergrid working to keep the power on.
Point4 awarded grant by European Space Agency
Point4, a leader in the effective and efficient mitigation of tree risk to critical infrastructure, has been awarded a grant by the European Space Agency's (ESA) Business Applications Programme.
Citizens Advice calls for automatic compensation for network customers
Citizens Advice has called for customers to be automatically paid all compensation they are entitled to when energy networks fail to meet performance standards.