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Our review of the Third Party Intermediaries Code of Practice (TPICoP) Consultation responses

Published: December 14, 2018

TPI Code of Practice November 2018 Consultation Summary Since ElectraLink’s initial declaration to develop an independent industry Third Party Intermediary Code of Practice (TPICoP) in July 2018, a key principle has been the engagement of TPIs, suppliers and interested third parties to ensure that a framework is delivered which achieves benefits for industry but ultimately for the consumer operating within the non-domestic market.

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ElectraLink Signs Contract with CORGI GST And GISG to Help Improve Health and Safety in Gas Sector

Published: December 4, 2018

ElectraLink has announced it has won a contract to assist the Gas Safety Trust (GST), CORGI Services Limited (CORGI) and Gas Industry Safety Group (GISG) to improve health and safety and awareness of gas safety among industry and consumers.  ElectraLink will be providing management, lobbying and finance support services. Operating at the heart of the gas market GST, CORGI and GISG will receive support from the energy market central body, as they continue to navigate change and to improve standards in the sector.

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National Revenue Protection Service

Published: November 21, 2018

At ElectraLink we see solving the energy industry’s problems as central to what we do. We don’t wait for the market to identify problems, we use our market intelligence to anticipate issues and generate solutions. One such problem faced by the energy industry is theft and the lack of National Revenue Protection Service (NRPS) providers in the market. ElectraLink is uniquely placed to help the industry to reduce the loss of energy, due to theft.

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Low Carbon Technologies (LCT) Detection project

Published: November 12, 2018

ElectraLink, the UK’s Energy Market Data Hub (EMDH), has partnered with Western Power Distribution (WPD), the company responsible for electricity distribution in South Wales, the South West and Midlands, on a ground-breaking project that will allow WPD to understand the impact of electric vehicles and other low carbon technologies on its network. The new project, launched today and called the Low Carbon Technologies (LCT) Detection project, will allow WPD to identify areas where there is a high proliferation of electric vehicles, solar panels or other low carbon technologies and manage its network accordingly.

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Understanding the customer is central to innovation in the energy market

Published: November 9, 2018

Our CEO, Stuart Lacey, is featured in this week’s Utility Week providing his ‘CEO View’. He highlights how understanding the customer is central to innovation in the energy market and the role data has to play. The energy market is currently undergoing a period of unprecedented change driven by global technology trends and a rejection of fossil fuels.  Be it the rapid growth in electric vehicles, the falling cost of battery storage or the development of distributed generation, these global trends mean that customers are interacting with the UK energy market in novel and sometimes unpredictable ways. 

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