Poster submissions and the call for participation are still open for the unique one-off workshop, Everyday Automation Experience, which is being led by a multitude of researchers and scientists in the field of automated systems in smart homes and the subsequent human reactions, to investigate the requirements and design criteria for non-expert users encountering ubiquitous […]
At the end of 2018, Jordi Cipriano, director of the Building Energy and Environment Group at CIMNE, attended a training course on almost zero energy consumption buildings (nZEB) hosted by the Catalan Energy Institute in Spain.
The introduction course on trends and business opportunities was the sixth session of six on nZEB. The construction of […]
National Grid’s electricity control room has this week introduced a new ‘Distributed Resource’ Desk that enables power system engineers to give instructions much faster to smaller generators, battery storage operators, and demand side response providers – in the first 24 hours of operation, the number of bids and offers accepted by the control room from […]
An opinion piece from the Energy Minister
From power stations to solar panels, the future is local.
With over 50% of our power last year coming from low carbon sources such as offshore wind farms, a clean growth revolution is well underway, cutting carbon emissions and replacing dirty coal with clean energy.
This revolution has also taken root […]
Aggregators are becoming suppliers and suppliers are becoming aggregators, but can the two parties collaborate to help customers maximise the value of their flexibility and where does best value lie? The Energyst asked Flexitricity and Npower for their thoughts
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(Article sourced from: The Energyst Magazine)