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British network operator Western Power Distribution has launched its first flexibility pilot targeting residential customers.
New research by Loughborough University reveals significant positive impacts of smart energy technologies in the home, including carbon reductions, energy bill savings, and improved system resilience.
At the end of April, approximately 20 US states stopped residential energy efficiency retrofitting to low-income households, according to GlobalData.
According to a study by market research firm EUPD Research, by the end of 2019, there were about 206,000 energy storage systems in homes throughout Germany.
Clarion Energy is pleased to announce that the DISTRIBUTECH International 2021 call for abstracts is now open. The tracks have been named, the focus has been decided and the organisers are ready to begin setting the educational agenda for the event.
A new Leaderboard Report from Navigant Research examines the strategy and execution of 10 residential energy as a service (EaaS) platform providers, with Lumenaza and GreenCom Networks ranked as the leading market players.
More than 7 million energy consumers consider themselves to be “energy vulnerable” according to Britain’s Energy Networks Association, with more than million people signed up to the UK’s network companies’ registers for vulnerable energy customers.
A new study conducted by Navigant Research states that new solutions-based business models will transform the residential utility market. According to the study, new integrated smart home and distributed energy resources will transform the manner...
Energy management solutions firm Itron announced its partnership with residential energy storage systems company Sonnen to help utilities manage distributed energy resources (DERs). Itron is integrating its DER and demand response solutions suite, IntelliSOURCE Enterprise,...