IMServ partners with Bluewater to embrace energy transition

The smart meter company’s technology currently manages 25% of the UK’s electricity consumption and will look to grow this with the new partnership

Hospitals launch V2G project to help Manchester reach carbon-neutrality

EVs that transport medication and medical equipment will store energy and feed it back into the grid to help supply energy at times of peak demand

Podcast: ‘Flexibility and low carbon energy are intrinsically linked’

That’s the suggestion from Ben Wallace, Head of Development for Urban Reserve at AMP Clean Energy, who spoke to future Net Zero about how flexibility can help deliver net zero

Hitachi ABB Power Grids secures Dogger transmission contract

The service company will provide the offshore converter platforms in the North Sea

Ofgem calls for independent body to run the electricity system

The energy regulator claims the new body could save consumers as much as £4.8 billion between 2022 and 2050

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UK Power Networks named world leader in Smart Grids

Singapore-based SP Group, which produces the annual Smart Grid Index, placed UK Power Networks top of its study of 85 utilities across 37 countries

Google pledges to provide greener search results with new battery system at ‘hyper-scale’ data centre

The tech giant will use a battery-based system to replace the diesel generator at its data centre in Belgium

A decade of investment and innovation halves power cuts

UK Power Networks has celebrated its tenth anniversary this week

How can flexibility help your business?

As the UK works towards net zero, the way we use electricity needs to adapt. You might have increasingly heard the term ‘flexibility’ recently, but what actually is it, and how could your business benefit from it?

Multimillion pound blueprint to boost reliability of power supplies

UK Power Networks, which distributes power to 8.3m homes and businesses, is starting a portfolio of 11 new projects