Regen is working with Energy Networks Association and the energy network companies to update the strategies that guide network innovation.

Innovation in our energy networks is playing a key role in the transformation of the energy system. Electricity and gas networks are working in partnership with innovators, businesses and local communities to invest in trialling new technologies and business models. Funding mechanisms, including the Network Innovation Allowance and Network Innovation Competition, are enabling an extensive portfolio of projects that are changing how our energy system works and delivering billions of pounds worth of benefits to customers.

You can read the 2018 strategies by clicking on the images below:

2018 GNIS 2018 ENIS

You can engage with shaping the revised strategies in the following ways:

Listen to the webinar below, which describes the proposed changes to the strategies and gathers peoples’ feedback. These were part of a wider online consultation that ran from 11 November to 9 December.

Attend one of two stakeholder workshops to hear the findings from the consultation and discuss the detail of the strategies on 16 January in Glasgow or 22 January in London. And if you cannot make one of the workshops, sign up for the webinar on 24 January at 14:00.

The revised strategies will be published in March 2020.

Led by: Tamar Bourne


People on this project

Ray Arrell
Senior project manager
Ray’s is one of Regen's Senior Project Managers, continuing Regen’s work and understanding around…
Tamar Bourne
Senior project manager - smart energy lead
Tamar leads Regen’s smart grids and local supply projects including; a network innovation trial…

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