Tag: connections

Securing Network Access and Integrating New Build Energy Projects to the Grid

Event posted 8 Apr 2015 by Energy Networks Association in Policy, Regulation and Strategy, Smarter Networks

Burges Salmon, London Connecting Projects to the Grid will show you how to ensure the quickest possible connection times for your project, as you hear detailed guidance on the application …

New Energy Systems Catapult: Chairman appointed

News posted 16 Jan 2015 by Innovate UK in Smarter Networks, Technology Innovation

Nick Winser CBE has been appointed as Chairman of the new Catapult, set to open in April 2015. See the link for the full article.

SmartGrid GB / Electricity North West Workshop – Latest on ENW Innovation Projects

Event posted 17 Oct 2014 by Smarter UK in Smarter Networks, Technology Innovation

SmartGrid GB and Electricity North West (ENW) are hosting a workshop on the afternoon of the 1st of December and would welcome all SmartGrid GB members to attend and discuss …

Update on competition in connections market review

News posted 17 Oct 2014 by Smarter UK in Policy, Regulation and Strategy, Smarter Networks

Ofgem are currently in the process of reviewing the market for new connections to the electricity distribution system. They recently ran a call for information to give interested parties the …

ETI appoints Europe Economics to develop modelling framework « ETI

News posted 15 Oct 2014 by Energy Technologies Institute in Research and Development, Smarter Networks, Technology Innovation

ETI appoints Europe Economics to develop modelling framework to assess economic benefits of more energy efficient buildings and networks programme • Europe Economics to develop a modelling framework to help …

Flexible Plug and Play Low Carbon Networks

Publication posted 14 Oct 2014 by Energy Networks Association in Smarter Networks

Flexible Plug and Play aims to enable faster and cheaper integration of distributed generation, such as wind power or solar, into the electricity distribution network. The project will achieve this …