flexible energy system
‘Liquid air’ battery tech firm scales up to 50MW plant
Highview Power, the company promoting "liquid air" as a storage medium for surplus electrical energy, last week announced plans to construct the first commercial scale battery facility using the technology, at a decommissioned thermal power station in the north of England.
Moixa and Energia in bid to build ‘virtual power plant’ in Irish homes
Battery manufacturer Moixa has announced a tie-up with Irish energy supplier Energia to run trials on how integrated smart home batteries, rooftop solar and electric vehicles (EVs) can deliver flexibility to the grid.
Gas’s role in a renewable world
Steve Urquhart, business development manager - distributed energy systems at Siemens looks at why we still need gas in a renewable world.
ADE report highlights customer confusion over energy policy
Customers face a complex jigsaw puzzle when trying to navigate energy policy, says the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) in its report, 'Solving the energy policy puzzle for users'.
Utility Week Wales Energy conference
Join major stakeholders and policy developers in the Welsh energy sector pave the way towards a sustainable low-carbon transition for Wales.
Outgoing UKPN director says he’ll miss sector advancements
The outgoing finance director at UK Power Networks says he's disappointed that he'll miss out on the advent of smarter, flexible electricity networks.
People & Skills
New president for BEAMA
Patrick Caiger-Smith has been appointed as president of BEAMA.