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04 Sep 2019
Queueing is something that appears deeply rooted in our national identity. The average Brit spends 67 hours every year queueing, but who wrote the rules? And what is the best way to form an orderly queue?
The Energy Networks Association has launched a consultation seeking views across the industry on how electricity network companies should manage connection applications and what process should be used when dealing with the often-thorny issue of connection queues.
Michael Rieley, commercial policy manager for SSEN Transmission considers how lessons from the weekly shop to Wimbledon could help network companies transition to a smarter energy system.
01 Sep 2019
20 Aug 2019
Households across Great Britain have ranked supporting customers – and in particular vulnerable customers – as among the most important services they want to see from their local electricity network operator, according to independent analysis. As the UK rapidly transforms its energy system to meet the net zero emissions target, the findings highlight the importance of understanding and safeguarding the needs of households.
31 Jul 2019
01 Jul 2019
01 Jul 2019
The UK’s electricity networks are inviting all energy innovators, stakeholders, and pioneers to join them on 30-31 October for the ninth annual Low Carbon Network Innovation (LCNI) Conference in Glasgow. This year’s guest speaker is Paul Wheelhouse MSP, Minister for Energy, Connectivity and the Islands.