A key issue to be resolved in the GB market is whether and how to balance at transmission and distribution levels. Similar questions are being asked across Europe, as Janet Wood found
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Ofgem’s RIIO framework proved robust against its “first serious external review”, ratings agency Moody’s concluded, after the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) published its decision on two challenges to the first electricity distribution pr
Distribution network operators (DNOs) have to become more like distribution system operators (DSOs) to help manage energy locally and use both supply and demand to balance.
Energy networks are subject to “exemplary” regulation by Ofgem and few consumers want more information about how the detail of how they are funded and run, says Citizens Advice.
To many consumers, energy networks are often just “the grid” – or even “the electricity (or gas) board”.
What is the future for distribution networks?
P2 is an uninformative name that covers a keystone of the electricity distribution system in Great Britain. It refers to the engineering standards that govern how connections can be made to the electricity distribution networks – a persistent bar
Networks are being overpaid and their regulators have not adjusted to changed economic circumstances, according to a new report from Citizens Advice.
Adding electric vehicles to the network in large numbers will raise demand and could represent a technical challenge. But results from a year-long trial in London suggest the challenge is manageable. Tobi Babalola explains
Northern Powergrid, which operates two distribution networks, and supplier British Gas, have both asked the Competition Appeals Authority for permission to appeal Ofgem’s ED1 price determination.