Powerline Technologies, Chronos and the European Space Agency join forces in the drive towards zero emissions and greener roads.

James Kelloway from National Grid

The drive for greener power generation could be accelerated by the Coronavirus pandemic as renewable power costs plummet according to the World Economic Forum and new research.

Ofgem has provided an update highlighting the statutory and time-critical elements that will continue despite the Coronavirus crisis. However, some RIIO-2 activity faces possible delays.

With global lockdown now the ‘norm’ for industry and individuals, the UK’s National Grid faces the surprising challenge of too little demand.

Managing voltages is set to become an increasing challenge for all network operators.

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As with all industries, the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has initiated a rapid response from the energy sector. However, the impact may be a downturn in demand.

The first detailed database of Distributed Energy Resources has been released, as the country’s Reliability Panel warns of dangers of climate change to grid.

The UK and Europe’s largest bio-mass power station ends all coal-fired generation at a cost of £35m.

A pilot initiative led by the National Grid ESO and distribution partners is set to help local generators maintain production during “difficult system conditions”.