Utility Week Innovate’s first round-up of 2022 features Veolia’s first UK electric vehicle battery recycling facility, pan-utility efforts to improve priority services register support, and plans to trial solutions to smart meter ‘blackspots’.
Icebreaker One CEO Gavin Starks explains how lessons in standardisation and data sharing from open banking can drive the energy sector towards net zero – and empower it to harness an explosion of green innovation.
The latest round-up of utility industry innovation includes a customer experience digital twin from Northumbrian Water, plans for a ‘hydrogen town’ in the Humber region and an update on London’s ‘super sewer’.
With the help of the National Decommissioning Centre’s Malcolm Stone and Roger Esson of the Net Zero Technology Centre, Utility Week Innovate dives into the application of a ‘smart city’ approach to North Sea asset management.
As SGN acquires the electrolyser for its ‘world-first’ green hydrogen project in Fife, Utility Week Innovate takes a closer look at what’s being described as a ‘blueprint’ for decarbonising heat.
Energy Web CEO Jesse Morris reflects on the role of blockchain-based technology in recent efforts to enhance the position of Australia and California’s distributed energy assets in their respective grids.