Neuville Grid Data has designed innovations that maximise the performance of electricity grids as the UK aims to move towards a Net Zero energy system. Neuville has made significant strides in development and commercialisation of their technology and business since they began working with Energy Systems Catapult in 2017.
Systems thinking in the energy system is a working document and is intended to help stakeholders enter a ‘Systems Thinking’ mindset and starts to develop a shared language for discussing whole energy system thinking.
Neuville Grid Data founder Clarke Simmons explains how the growth of decentralised and renewable energy will require far greater levels of information about the state of the network and connected equipment, which is where his business comes in, and how the Energy Launchpad provided him with an ’emotional port in the storm’ during tough times.
This work identified and defined 35 Functions that will need to be implemented in the power system by 2030 to meet the anticipated challenges that it could face.
FPSA3 explored how a more agile change and governance approach is needed to facilitate the transformation of the energy system in an efficient and timely way that delivers value to customers.
The Future Power System Architecture programme is recommending more agile change and governance for the UK power system to ensure it is accessible, flexible and fit for the purpose of coordinating increasingly dynamic disruption in the sector.
BEIS is conducting a review of the Capacity Market and the Emissions Performance Standard, five years after being introduced.
Enzen will work closely with the Energy Systems Catapult and key stakeholders to bring forward fresh-thinking for more agile governance in the power sector.
A report published today suggests that the electricity utility companies will need to transform to
Read about the 35 new or significantly modified functions required to meet the 2030 power system objectives in this full report on the first phase of the FPSA project.
The purpose of this international fact-finding study is to explore electrical power systems in other countries that are known to be facing similar system challenges to those we might envisage in future impacting the national GB power system
The FPSA project has been tasked to set out, and provide evidence for, the functions that will need to be performed in the future power system as a result of its ongoing transformative change