Keeping the lights on in a low carbon world

Keeping the lights on in a low carbon world

Getting rid of my own fossil fuel dependence at home is an ambition I’ve had for many years, but I’ll be the first to admit it has taken some time to decarbonise my day to day life. That reflects the progress in the UK to a certain extent; there has been a...
Innovation into BAU: Three Steps to Success

Innovation into BAU: Three Steps to Success

It’s always satisfying to see energy network operators’ innovation projects turn – eventually – into “Business As Usual” and embedded in the everyday operation of the business. The payoffs of innovation in terms of sustainable revenue growth, reduced expenditure and...
Meeting Challenges

Meeting Challenges

The following is an excerpt from Network Magazine, November 2019. Redistributed with permission. Gordon Brown, managing director at Kelvatek, talks about the importance of innovation to meet challenges in the energy sector – and his enthusiasm for the software...
The Rise of the Machines

The Rise of the Machines

The following is an excerpt from Network Magazine, November 2019. Redistributed with permission. As energy supply and demand rapidly evolve, the future of electricity generation and distribution becomes ever harder to predict. Fortunately technology is improving at...
Knowledge is Power

Knowledge is Power

The transition to DSO for energy network operators offers exciting opportunities – but it presents some daunting challenges, too. Tomorrow’s Low Voltage distribution networks will look very different from today’s. Traditionally regarded as the ‘last mile’ by network...