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GridBeyond and Electricity North West (Construction and Maintenance) announce new partnership

Today, GridBeyond and Electricity North West (Construction and Maintenance) announced their new partnership, launching the availability of enhanced Demand Side Response (DSR) and intelligent energy service technologies to over 900 industrial, commercial and public sector businesses in the North West of England.

IEA consulting with stakeholders on heat networks

The International Energy Agency (IEA) is an autonomous organisation which works to ensure reliable, affordable and clean energy for its 30 member countries and beyond. Within its Energy Technology Network, participating countries undertake co-operative actions of energy research, development and demonstration for key technologies, including heat networks.

Work on pioneering Stirling heat network to commence

With contracts signed, work is set to begin on the Stirling Energy Centre and district heating network project, which will use waste sewage heat to deliver affordable, low carbon heat to the Stirling community

The Smart Readiness Indicator: assessing the flexibility potential of buildings

The Smart Readiness Indicator programme is an EU project intended to raise awareness about the benefits of smart technologies and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in buildings from an energy perspective. 

Centrica supports world’s largest commercial electric vehicle project

The world’s biggest trial of commercial electric vehicles (EVs), ‘Optimise Prime’, has been given the green light by GB energy regulator Ofgem, bringing together leading power, technology, fleet and transport companies to test and implement the best approaches to the EV rollout. 

Open Energi partners with Pivot Power to optimise Arsenal battery

Open Energi will automate trading and optimisation of a battery storage system (BSS) installed at Arsenal on behalf of Pivot Power. The 2MW/2.5MWh BSS, one of the largest at any sports ground in the world and the first at a UK football club, will store enough energy to run Emirates Stadium from kick-off to full time. It will bring Arsenal immediate benefits, cutting electricity bills, and earning money by supporting a low-carbon grid.

Free guide explains proposed regulatory changes for heat network industry

Switch2 Energy has published a guide to the Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) market study into heat networks, which signals big changes ahead for the community and district heating industry. 

EDF Energy launches competitive home battery system for solar PV

EDF Energy, through a new partnership with Powervault, is offering existing solar PV owners the chance to earn more from their systems by purchasing one of the most advanced and cost effective home battery systems on the market at a heavily discounted price when they sign up to EDF Energy grid services.

Veolia CHP performance reaches new heights

One of London’s tallest residential towers adopts class leading low carbon energy using Veolia CHP.

Centrica supports new electric vehicle charging study in London

Centrica is delighted to be working with FreeWire Technologies on a feasibility study that aims to help unlock the adoption of electrified transportation in the UK. 

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