Nine network operators are looking to challenge Ofgem’s price control calculations after RIIO-2 pricing and methodologies were revealed in January.

Is the renewable energy economy set to permanently change Australia’s wholesale pricing structures and could this be an indicator for other markets?

The use of new and existing technology could mean a minimal amount of cost being passed to consumers as renewable energy is incorporated into the network, according to the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC).

Call Fundamentals with a technical query and your call will be answered by one of our Product Application Engineers. They not only understand power systems, but also bring personal energy and a drive for positive change to every customer conversation.   

Countries around the world are embracing the need to transform their energy industries and infrastructures. The drivers are twofold: post-COVID stimulus packages that will get economies moving again and create jobs, plus ever-more radical and faster action on carbon emissions....

Joe Jackson tells us about his career journey with Fundamentals, from Engineering Apprentice to Lead Panel Wireman, and his aspirations for the future.

 

The smart money may be on machine learning when it comes to National Grid, but Virtual Power Plants may be another critical piece in the network management puzzle according to industry commentators.

With the New Year heralding RIIO-2 T2, and ED2 just two more years away, Ofgem has laid out its final determinations and methodology decisions to focus on the drive for Net Zero.

Deploying advanced communications to technologies that can deliver real customer value will be essential for network operators to ensure that more than £25 billion of spending under RIIO-2 is invested wisely, says our Managing Director, Dr Jon Hiscock.

Fundamentals has transferred its HV Services division to Freedom (an NG Bailey company), to focus resources on its core power systems technologies, including market-leading Automatic Voltage Control (AVC), Low Voltage Regulator (LVR), and cable fault detection and monitoring products.

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