The increasing prevalence of variable renewable generation in the UK presents both challenges and opportunities. The necessity of the grid to become smarter and more flexible to adapt to this era has led to the emergence of new and innovative business models. Among the most exciting new technologies to enable the smart, flexible energy systems transitions are distributed ledger technologies (DLT) and Peer to Peer (P2P) trading. Many questions remain regarding P2P’s relevance to the energy sector. Drawing on a variety of case studies and original research of leading academics, this report aims to provide an open-minded overview of both …
If you receive unsolicited communications from companies regarding system upgrades, we urge caution.
In September, Ofgem quietly released revised modelling on their proposal to reform ‘Embedded Benefits’ for small-scale distributed generation, indicating that the additional cost of reform would outweigh any benefit under a Net Zero-compliant scenario. Read the STA response here
This webinar details the effects of the imminent HMRC VAT reform on the UK solar and storage industries.
The Solar Commission is a unique partnership of leading academics, system operators and industry, supported by UKERC and managed by Regen. The aim of the Commission is to examine areas where the UK could use its scientific and technical capabilities to play a leading role in the innovation and industrial strategy opportunities being created by the rapid, global emergence of solar PV as a major form of power generation.
A compilation of Best Practice guidance resources developed by the O&M Working Group during 2017-18.
Project led by Ypatios Moysiadis (prev. Co-Chair), with the generous support of Greensolver Ltd.
Senior Policy Analyst, Nicholas Gall, explores the status of solar & storage markets in the UK for SolarPower Europe’s recent webinar.
Citizen’s Advice Scotland has produced the following report in lieu of widespread mis-selling by HELMS.