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.

Please check back here regularly for updates, tweet about it - you can follow and reference us as @EnergyNetworks - and most importantly, engage in the debate.

If you have any suggestions or wish to start a discussion of your own here then please email [email protected]

WPD: Getting Charged Up for a Smart Future

Local distribution network operators across the UK are now rolling on their plans to change the way they operate and become Distribution System Operators who a responsible for managing a smarter electricity grid that includes a whole new range of technologies and services that are locally based. It's this transition which will lay the foundation of a smart grid in the UK. In our series of regular blogs that explain what that transition means, Western Power Distribution sets out its work to deliver that change.

The role of gas in the smart energy system of the future

By Keith Owen, Head of Systems Development and Energy Strategy for Northern Gas Networks

Looking at Future Energy Scenarios

Last week ENA member National Grid launched it's 2017 Future Energy Scenarios (FES) report, which looks at a number of different scenarios for our energy market in a fast changing world. In it's role as both a transmission network operator and System Operator, National Grid plays an important role as part of ENA's Open Networks Project. The Project not only seeks to define how the role and responsibilities of local electricity networks are changing but also how they will interact with the wider national network as our market goes through a major transformation. In a guest blog this week, Joseph Donohoe from National Grid System Operator and Chairman of Open Networks Project's communications workstream highlights the outcomes of this year's FES announcement, which showcased the changes we are seeing to our energy networks.

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