Pixie Energy updates

Pixie Energy’s focus started with work on how to structure local tariffs and the relative costs compared with national supplier offerings. We have worked extensively supporting local stakeholders, including producers and consumers, on understanding market access options, increasing the value of power exports and reducing the cost of consumption.

With Pixie Energy now in its fourth year, we would like to share a summary of our major projects, which demonstrate how far we have come. Pixie Energy is now focused on five main projects:

  • Norwich Virtual Energy Community
  • Ipswich Flexibility Study
  • ECO Switch
  • FiT Export Aggregation, and
  • Energy Data Hub

Up-to-date information on all of these projects can be found here.

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