The National Underground Asset Register has been extended to cover all of England and Wales as a digital record of pipes, cables and buried assets. It is intended to save time and money for street works projects as well as reducing the risk of harm to workers from cable strikes.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has announced plans to hold a tender for a new market platform to host its future flexibility auctions. The company is aiming to procure 5GW of flexibility over the five-year ED2 price controls and is now reviewing the tools and platforms that are available to help achieve this goal.
Join our webinar to hear from the head of future networks at SSE and innovation experts at UK Power Networks and SSEN about robotics projects in the power sector and what the future holds for robots that repair networks.
Great customer service is about much more than a well-run contact centre and quick call pick-up times. Our latest Utility Week Intelligence Research report looks at the impact an engaged workforce has on customer satisfaction and why engagement begins before an employee starts work – and continues when they’ve left.
Wessex have received the green light for a £100 million expansion to its Avonmouth treatment plant in Bristol after a five-year consultation to make the site fit for purpose as the population grows. The company said expanding the works' capacity will cut the number of storm overflows triggered during heavy rainfall
Utilities are increasingly reliant on cloud computing to manage growing networks of connected devices but using third parties for the power and performance of the cloud also presents security risks. We explain what you can do to protect your organisation.
Underinvestment now will risk future generations, chief executive of Scottish Water Alex Plant has warned. The former director of Anglian Water said Scotland will be able avoid the problems being experienced by other companies in the sector providing it can stay ahead of the investment curve.
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