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Start-up launch pad: EU and UK

Meet the start-ups that are disrupting, inspiring and evolving the energy sector.

Utility adoption of new technologies

“The energy sector is going through a big transformation that empowers customers to take more control. New value chains and ways of doing business...

The role of gas efficiency in the time of electrification

This article looks at the role played by gas energy efficiency programmes as we move to electrify America’s buildings?

Outsourcing in a deregulated environment

Outsourcing in a deregulated environment

The national electricity market (NEM) was launched in December 1998 by the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Victoria after a seven year programme of reform. 

The arrangements for deregulation incorporate various trading markets, participants and institutions. Participating in the NEM involves creating and sustaining a considerable number of vital relationships. The reform of the gas industry adds further complexity to the relationships that retailers who wish to participate in the energy markets must maintain. Establishment of the national gas market has been facilitated by development of the National Gas Access Code. The aim of the code is to develop uniform regulation of an integrated national gas market – establishing right of access to transmission and distribution networks on fair and reasonable terms and conditions.

Corporates are setting sustainability goals they don’t know how to achieve

A new report explores how corporates are setting their sustainability goals and the measures being adopted to ensure these goals are achieved.

An intelligent approach to intelligent buildings

Post European Utility Week, OÖ Energiesparverband’s Christiane Egger takes a closer look at the growing market for intelligent buildings – what they are, why...

Five biggest utility/startup collaborations

This article looks at the five biggest utilities investment in energy technology startups accelerate innovation within the energy industry.

Imagining a post-pandemic energy sector

Smart Energy International spoke with Philippe Vié, global energy, utilities and chemicals sector leader, CapGemini, regarding the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. In many...

The growth of UK’s independent suppliers will continue to accelerate

The UK’s energy market is a strange animal, writes Håkan Ludvigson, CEO of Eliq. Over the past five years the country’s six incumbent utilities British Gas, SSE,...

Powering a Moon village

With interest growing in a return of humans to the moon, says Jonathan Spencer Jones, attention is turning to the possibility of establishing a long-term presence there and the form that such a settlement might take.

Webinar recording: How Dutch innovation is accelerating the energy transition

The Netherlands has a history of innovation that stretches back hundreds of years. In the 17th century, the country established the first stock market and...

Europe’s wholesale energy markets and the emerging EU-wide certification system: Fit for 55?

60-Minute session This live online discussion will explore how harnessing marketplaces in wholesale energy and in certificates can enable a cost-effective transition to net-zero in...

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