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ElectraLink publishes August 2019 switching figures

Published: September 17, 2019

Recent switching data from our Energy Market Data Hub (EMDH) shows 530,000 customers switched energy supplier in August 2019, 8% more than August 2018. August was also the month with the third most switches in 2019 so far. The total number of completed switches in 2019 has thus risen to over 4 million (4,112,000) – 10.7% more than over the same period last year.

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The grid of things: worldwide lessons for British DSOs

Published: September 5, 2019

The UK energy market is undergoing a rapid, historic transformation as emerging technologies and the pressures of climate change converge. Not only are domestic energy users making greater use of low carbon technologies (LCTs) such as solar panels and electric vehicles, but businesses are digitalising to allow for increased flexibility and optimised processes, thanks to smart control systems and the introduction of a ‘grid of things’.

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ElectraLink’s Chief Executive speaks to New Power on how we’re enabling change in the energy market

Published: September 4, 2019

ElectraLink’s Chief Executive Stuart Lacey was featured last month in the New Power Report’s monthly interview spot.

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ElectraLink publishes July 2019 switching figures

Published: August 12, 2019

Our recent switching data reveals that 527,000 customers successfully changed supplier in July 2019. This marks a 12% increase compared to July 2018, and ranks July as the month with the third highest number of successful switches in 2019, after March and April’s historic high.

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ElectraLink preparing DTS to deliver CSS

Published: August 2, 2019

Yesterday, we sent an email update from Paul Gath, ElectraLink’s Chief Technical Officer and Director of Operations, to stakeholders with regards to our progress in preparing the Data Transfer Service (DTS) for the delivery of the Central Switching Service (CSS). You can find a copy of the update below:

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