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Encouraging innovation in regulated utilities: consultation - response from Faraday Grid

Encouraging innovation in regulated utilities: consultation - response from Faraday Grid

The HM Treasury’s and Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) initiated a consultation focusing on innovation in utilities, with the aim to “ensure our system of utilities regulation is fit for the future.” As an innovator of technology that will radically transform the market and with a growing global presence, Faraday Grid is keen to engage in the conversation and submitted a response to BEIS, which can be accessed here.

Energy Explainer: Electricity Markets

Energy Explainer: Electricity Markets

In order to explain how the lights stay on, we first need to have a broad overview of how electrical networks work. This article gives a review of the evolution of electricity markets over the past century and explains the complex system they have become.

Robots, Systems, Taxation and Being Human

Robots, Systems, Taxation and Being Human

A fashion is sweeping through the global intelligentsia. The thrill of a new existential threat to human existence is in the air. Fear of our intellectual child as Nemesis is nothing new and it afflicts the intellectual before all others.

BEIS/OFGEM Call For Evidence - A SMART, FLEXIBLE ENERGY SYSTEM

BEIS/OFGEM Call For Evidence - A SMART, FLEXIBLE ENERGY SYSTEM

We believe energy system regulation must have an essential and explicit philosophy of minimising restriction to the adoption of technology, seen or unseen, in order to reduce the cost of energy, system fragility, as well as greenhouse emissions.

Energy & Ideas matter

Energy & Ideas matter

The visualization and graph represented by NYU’s Development Research Institute are the most fantastic representations of human dreams, thoughts, and life experiences that we would otherwise have never had. This shouldn’t be taken for granted, and yet we do. The ideas and actions of individuals matter; for good or evil they are both the cause and effect of our very existence.