Despite planned changes to existing Distribution Network Operators’ (DNO) status, and new tech from National Grid to calculate carbon emissions, is it too little to combat climate change?
Following the EU’s ‘Notice to Stakeholders’ letter back in April 2018, the energy sector continues to watch the Brexit negotiations with mixed emotions.
Following its 2017 Future Smart Consultation Report, UKPN has revealed its five-point strategic focus as part of its transformation into a Distribution...
In its Summer Outlook Report 2018 the National Grid is predicting peak transmission system demand of around 33.7GW, with a weather corrected minimum of 17GW between 1st June and...
Utility Week research shows regulatory uncertainties and the challenges of new technology have the biggest impact on business performance. However, Citizens Advice figures show there is work to be done by energy suppliers in caring for their customers.
Powerline Technologies is part of the Fundamentals Ltd Group. Their CEO, Brian Lasslett, gives his thoughts and solution on transient fault detection.
Our Technology Director, Dr Vincent Thornley (pictured here), gives his thoughts on the Distribution Network Operator (DNO) transition to Distribution System Operator (DSO).
March 2018 saw the publication of Ofgem’s proposed RIIO-2 framework and it’s call for feedback and consultation. Fundamentally Speaking looks at the highlights and what happens next.
Self-generation by some of the world’s largest energy users could be disruptive for the energy industry…but maybe in a good way, according to the latest research and debate.
After a relatively rapid consultation process, Government Department BEIS has given the go-ahead for DNOs to charge upfront Assessment and Design (A&D) fees for connection applications.