Green Energy

The traditional energy system is rapidly shifting to a decentralised, decarbonised and digitised one. A system dominated by large fossil-fuelled power stations is giving way to a much more flexible world in which energy consumers are increasingly becoming producers. Growth in battery storage is also opening up new revenue streams for renewable generators and in turn enabling more low-carbon capacity.

Against this backdrop, new participants are increasingly looking to enter the industry and new business models are emerging. Our role in supporting every significant energy infrastructure policy and programme over almost two decades means we have the knowledge and expertise to help businesses and consumers reap the rewards on the journey to net zero.

For example, we have worked with the developers of a demand-side response software platform to help them better understand the market and how to gain competitive advantage.

We’ve also helped provide security assurance for a peer-to-peer energy trading platform that allows households to sell excess energy from solar panels direct to their neighbours.

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We are in unprecedented times and businesses are needing to adapt faster than ever to an ever changing situation. But what does that mean in practice and what does that mean for employees?

We are launching a series of live podcasts with some of our team whose backgrounds are in IT, Security, Business Resilience and Digital Transformation. They will discuss advice and guidance for companies in the process of adapting to unprecedented changes in the way we work and live.

Following the most recent government guidance, we are asking all but essential staff to work remotely. Consequently, for the time being, we will no longer be hosting meetings at our London and Dublin offices, though we will continue to provide our services as normal.

Visit our Coronavirus Information page for full details of the procedures we are adhering to and who to contact if you have any questions.