Kingston boosted by £4.2 million electricity supply upgrade

UK Power Networks has completed a four-year project which will futureproof a substation that helps to deliver safe and reliable electricity supplies

New frontiers in self-healing power systems to boost network reliability

New software reconnects supplies faster via healthy alternative circuits following an Extra High Voltage (EHV) fault

Podcast: Decarbonising heat is difficult… but a Sussex village could hold the key

UK Power Networks and Community Energy South spoke to future Net Zero about the role Barcombe will play in delivering net zero

UK Power Networks recognised for having ‘world class’ levels of employee engagement

Electricity provider’s commitment to staff sees it awarded coveted 3-star accreditation from Best Companies

More ‘eyes’ on the network to stop power cuts before they happen

Britain’s biggest electricity distributor is testing Distribution Fault Anticipation technology as a way to spot network faults, before they interrupt people’s supplies

Motorway chargers speed up move to net zero

Drivers will be able to boost their electric vehicle in minutes, thanks to a new high-power charging service at Cobham Services

Sussex village to become zero carbon role model

Residents in Barcombe, East Sussex, are helping their local electricity network operator to create a model roadmap for ‘greener’ home heating

Heat pumps and EVs ‘could become central to everyday life within a decade’

The electricity firm forecasts that by 2030 there could be over 700,000 electric heat pumps across London, the East and South East, as well as up to 4.5 million EVs

St John’s Wood benefits from £33m electricity upgrade

Thousands of residents across central and West London are benefitting from an upgrade to the electricity infrastructure that is vital to keeping the economy going

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