Market-wide Half-Hourly Settlement (MHHS) is one of the key enablers for driving Britain towards Net Zero, bringing greater flexibility to the current electricity market infrastructure.
Before any SEC Party can use the Data Communication Company’s systems (DCC), they must prove their own systems are secure.
The smart metering All Reasonable Steps arrangements are drawing to a close.
With current lockdown coming to an end, we’ve been reflecting on the key impacts of the pandemic on energy suppliers and their customers.
In the 1990s, the energy industry went through a transformation – moving from regional delivery of monopoly services to a model that allowed the introduction of competition.
At Engage Consulting we’re celebrating our 21st year at the heart of the energy industry.
With steady progress in smart rollout and customer switching on the rise, gained smart meters make up an increasing proportion of every supplier’s portfolio. This changes the profile of their metering costs.
The Feed-in Tariff (FIT) scheme has entered its 12th year. The scheme was set up to provide financial incentives to install renewable power generation.
As the Allocation of Unidentified Gas Expert (AUGE), we are delighted to announce that the Final AUG Statement and Table produced for the 2021-22 Gas Year was approved by the Uniform Network Code Committee on 15th April.
With the UK committed to reaching Net Zero by 2050, and a ban on the sale of new diesel and petrol-powered vehicles by 2030, a swift transition to zero emission Electric Vehicles (EV) is now inevitable.