Onsite generation ‘will continue to boom’

A boom in onsite generation is in now sight and the UK market has the potential to triple in size, according to Jonathan Maxwell,...

Etix secures 45MW of power for Icelandic data centre expansion

Etix Everywhere Borealis, part of Etix Everywhere and Etix Blockchain, has signed new power contracts with Icelandic power providers, securing in total 45 MW...

Dual chemistry: the best of both worlds?

GS Yuasa Battery Europe has helped to develop what it describes as ‘the world’s first container-based energy storage platform’, where lead acid and lithium-ion...

Transformers: robots to the rescue?

More needs to be done, through early detection and improved inspection regimes, to mitigate the risks posed to critical infrastructure by unexpected transformer failures....

How demand management supports security of supply

Site resilience and demand-side response are often seen in opposition. But the reverse is true – and can in fact be mutually advantageous, especially...

A powerful connection: delivering supply to KAO

KAO Data’s new £200m development required a dedicated and redundant 43.5MVA power supply. Managing costs and ensuring resilience was critical to the success of...

GridBeyond CEO: Hybrid behind-the-meter storage wins despite market flux

According to the recent 2018 Battery Storage report by MCP's sister title, The Energyst, 64% of industrial, commercial and public sector businesses surveyed are considering...

Kirby powers up Dublin’s Gemini Data Centre

Kirby Group Engineering, a provider of mechanical and electrical engineering and contracting services across Europe, has delivered a grid connection for the 18MW Gemini...

80% of businesses believe a quarter of energy needs will be generated onsite by...

Most businesses will take control of their own energy use by generating a quarter of their electricity onsite by 2025, with 77% of businesses...

Sky’s the limit for DSR revenues?

Is demand-side response an attractive proposition and are mission critical sites now coming on board? Demand-side response is becoming more critical as a method to...

The changing face of energy: The Energyst Event

New event taking place 17th to 18th of April at National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham The full conference line-up has been officially announced for the inaugural...

It’s not all about the money in energy procurement

Competiveness and price transparency are vitally important when choosing an energy contract, however according to research conducted by Gazprom Energy, businesses are increasingly starting...

Data Centre Summit London: education, debate, and networking

Data Centre Summit London is a one-day conference event for data centre industry professionals. Taking place at the Barbican Centre in the heart of...

DataCentres North: full programme announced

Datacentres North’s educational programme will address both 'strategic issues' affecting the industry and the opportunities specific to the region, as well as the 'operational...

UK firms paying highest power prices in Europe

UK business energy prices continue to rise faster and fall slower than other EU member states, according to latest government data. British firms are paying...

Early capacity market costs to hit business energy bills

Energy suppliers will not be allowed to delay payments for the early capacity market auction. That means businesses face higher than anticipated energy bills...

UK directors think power prices will rise 10% in 2016

Around two thirds of company directors surveyed by Mission Critical Power' publisher Energyst Media believe that power prices will rise by around 10% in 2016. That prediction follows...

If data centre power use is falling, are firms buying too much?

Evidence suggests that power usage in data centres may be declining, calling into question the historic tendency to buy more headroom than required. Over-specifying is...