On Wednesday 30 October, the regulator published a policy paper outlining its future priority work areas to deliver a more flexible electricity system. Flexibility is becoming an increasingly pressing issue with the advance of intermittent renewable generation capacity and its associated challenges for system balancing.
Ofgem outlined plans to ensure regulation promotes an efficient, flexible energy system by developing distribution system operators’ roles, clarifying the role of aggregators, supporting the use of battery storage and exploring the role of using large industrial and commercial customers to provide flexibility. Ofgem intends to progress this work in collaboration with DECC in the transition to a smarter energy system.
Being Sustainable Can Save Your Business Money
Drax Retail (Haven Power & Opus Energy) CEO Jonathan Kini spoke to Business Reporter about how businesses can get more from sustainable energy.
22 Nov 2017 | Industry
Haven Power shortlisted for CSR, Charity and Community Initiative at EDIE Sustainability Leaders Awards 2018
Haven Power has been shortlisted for the ‘CSR, Charity and Community Initiative’ at the EDIE Sustainability Leader Awards 2018.
31 Oct 2017 | Press
Haven Power raises 33% more at Macmillan Coffee Morning
Local energy supplier Haven Power raised £497 at its Macmillan Coffee Morning for Cancer Research, that’s 33% more than its last year’s £365 total.
26 Oct 2017 | Community