Privatised networks deliver better customer service, report claims
Electricity networks are more efficient and deliver better service in private ownership, according to a global report by leading global economic consultancy NERA.
How networks can overcome the EV challenge
Mark Bartholomew, partner at law firm Shakespeare Martineau, looks at issues around electric vehicle surge charging, which he says will become more apparent as take-up increases.
Enabling the smart grid
Stephen Harper, head of business development, commercial for SCISYS - discusses the transition of distribution network operators (DNOs) to distribution system operators (DSOs) and the smart grid.
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.
Reliability is key
Mark Dunk, the Energy Networks Association's head of engineering, discusses the importance of protection, monitoring and control systems when it comes to maintaining electricity networks.
ENA announces second Electricity Innovation Forum event
The Energy Networks Association will host its second Electricity Innovation Forum, a joint event between Great Britain's electricity networks.
Helicopters, thermal imaging cameras, artificial intelligence and the internet of things are among the latest weapons as the battle against power cuts rages into the modern era. Greg Pitcher finds out more.
Faraday Grid launches Faraday Exchanger technology
Technology that has the potential to allow electricity grids to integrate higher levels of renewable energy onto the grid has been showcased by Faraday Grid.