The ENA Blog

Welcome to the new ENA blog.

We want you to engage in these discussions with us so please share your comments and observations on the topics here.

Through this Blog we are looking to share some of the policy areas being debated and encourage you to be part of the discussions.

By representing both the electricity and gas networks we are withough prejudice to the type of energy. Our members serve one purpose - to keep our lights on, our homes warm and delivering this vital service to the businesses and industries of our economies in the most safe, reliable and affordable way.

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The Road to RIIO-2


Ofgem is currently consulting on the RIIO-2 price control framework for energy network companies in Great Britain. But what is RIIO-2 and why is it important?

Electricity Innovation Forum March 2018


On the 21st March 2018, Energy Networks Association hosted the first Electricity Innovation Forum, a joint dissemination event between Great Britain’s electricity networks, in Birmingham.

UK Taking The Next Step: From Mini Grids To Open Networks


Dr Stuart Johnston, Executive Director, Assets and Network Transformation at Energy Networks in Australia discusses the development of Open Networks in the UK and the collaboration with Australian networks.

Great Britain is busting open markets for Network Flexibility

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Northern Lights: Leading the low carbon transition with Northern Powergrid's £83m smart grid programme


As DNO colleagues across the county ready their systems for sweeping changes brought about by the rapid growth of electric vehicles, domestic generation and renewable power, Patrick Erwin, Policy and Markets Director at Northern Powergrid, takes a moment to share more details about the £83m Smart Grid Enablers programme his team announced in January.

We are facing many unknowns…

A stakeholder perspective of the Open Networks Project


ENA's Open Networks Project is currently consulting on it's 2018 work plan and Fiona Navesey, Director of Wholesale Markets at Centrica, has written about their involvement with the Project to date as a stakeholder.

WPD’s innovative Electric Nation project aims to revolutionise domestic EV charging


The Open Networks Project will lay the foundations of a smart energy grid in the UK, bringing together the leading minds in the UK energy industry to transform the way our networks work. The project aims to take a national whole systems thinking approach to meet the challenges faced in the industry to deliver safe and reliable energy in a smart way – responding…

Energy Networks Association Consultation – Fair and Effective Management of DNO Connection Queues: Treatment of Changes to Connection Requests


The Energy Networks Association Distributed Energy Resources (DER) Connections Steering Group has this week issued a consultation which seeks stakeholders’ views on proposals in respect of what changes a customer can make to a project after a connection request for it has been made, while maintaining the project’s place in the connections queue.

The consultation is part of the wider work…

Putting the H100 into hydrogen - demonstrating hydrogen networks


With the 22nd December deadline for responses to the Gas Network Innovation Strategy fast approaching, Mark Wheeldon, Innovation Project Manager at SGN, gives an overview of the innovative H100 project that aims to build a hydrogen demonstration network.

One week to go: ENA's Gas Networks Innovation Strategy consultation is hotting up


There's just one week left to help shape the future of energy innovation in the UK, with the consultation on Energy Networks Association’s draft Gas Network Innovation Strategy closing on Friday 22nd December.

Open Networks: The electricity networks' role in the Fourth Industrial Revolution


The Open Networks Project is a prime example of a project where experiences we draw from other sectors could provide crucial support in enabling the outcomes to have the greatest impact to the market. Building a smart energy grid based on a de-centralised delivery model which allows for a flexible delivery model based on localised demand patterns in many ways models the approach taken by many automotive firms who have also made radical changes to their manufacturing strategies.

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