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Europe’s electricity networks need upgrading, however, the traditional approach of reinforcing and expanding the grid has drawbacks, especially regarding cost-efficiency.
GB clean energy company Good Energy and electric vehicle (EV) charge point map provider Zap-Map are offering a novel ‘flash’ free electricity tariff.
Octopus Energy plans its customer expansion by bringing supply and generation into a single end-to-end business in a £3.4 billion (US$4.7 billion) deal.
A reduction in the peak hours and a ‘Smart Plan’ with variable tariffs are being introduced which should bring savings for domestic customers.
Lower-income households are paying as much as three times more for energy in terms of percentage of disposable income, than their most affluent neighbours.
It’s becoming familiar ground, working in a sector where technology is continually evolving at a rate federal and state regulators seemingly can’t keep pace with, leaving utilities stuck in a semi-state of partial readiness, but unable to make big moves as oil, gas and coal are fought for at the highest levels.
More than 62,000 jobs, $19 billion in investment and 10.5GW of solar will be lost due to tariffs, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association.
SECC reveals that the majority of consumers prefer time-varying energy rate plan when given a choice.
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