In the Media06 September 2019
Andy Lowe, Head of Business Development at Flexitricity discusses the emerging battery storage opportunity as the UK transitions towards a low-carbon economy. As the development and investor sector is challenged with transitioning the previously heavily subsidised industry into one that is subsidy free, the demand response expert believes there is potential in the fast-growing market space and early movers might have an edge over their competitors.
In the Media11 August 2019
Hundreds of Asda supermarket stores will help power the UK’s electricity system this winter by using their fridges as a virtual battery pack for the energy grid.
Press Releases08 August 2019
Vertical farm producer Jones Food Company will partner with Flexitricity on the groundbreaking Quickturn project.
In the Media24 July 2019
Flexitricity has revealed its partners for a trial examining how smaller commercial energy users can provide demand side response services.
Partners announced for a first of its kind project aiming to help smaller sites to earn revenue from balancing the UK energy system
Press Releases01 July 2019
Flexible energy specialist Flexitricity has announced that it has partnered with eight organisations across a range of sectors to trial an innovative solution with the potential to revolutionise the demand side response (DSR) industry.
Press Releases29 May 2019
Flexible energy specialist Flexitricity will provide market access for 19.5MW of Anesco’s battery storage portfolio. Renewables and energy storage developer Anesco is one of the largest battery developers in the UK and made history by installing the first utility scale battery storage unit in the UK.
In the Media05 April 2019
A Scottish energy technology firm has been chosen to take part in a pioneering project alongside partners including Honda to help local communities tap into cheaper and greener power.
Press Releases04 April 2019
Flexitricity will help deliver a leading-edge demonstrator project aimed at jump-starting the energy revolution.
Press Releases26 March 2019
An R&D collaboration has been established to help power the electric vehicle revolution. Electric Vehicle costs are starting to fall and there is expected to be 9 million electric vehicles on UK roads by 2030. With this increased demand, it’s vital that the UK invests intelligently in developing the grid to ensure there is capacity for drivers to charge their electric vehicles.
In the Media26 March 2019
A consortium of energy experts has now secured multi-million pound funding for a project to demonstrate a solar-powered car park supported by battery storage where motorists can charge their cars. The Smart Hubs Demonstrator R&D project will also utilise revolutionary Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) technology to enable electric cars and other vehicles to deliver electricity back to the smart grid, to power homes and businesses.