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The “gap” in waste-management options in the UK is likely to prompt further investment in energy-from-waste (EfW) plants, according to a sector update from rating agency Moody’s.
New utility Social Energy says it is the first to win permission from National Grid ESO to aggregate domestic response to trade in the balancing market.
Janet Wood spoke to Nick Eyre about researching the demand side
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has announced a Contracts for Difference budget of £60 million for the next allocation round, planned for May 2019.
When the European Court of Justice set aside GB’s Capacity Market (CM) in November saying it was illegal state aid, it took the industry entirely by surprise.
Nemo Link, a 1000MW interconnector between the GB and Belgian markets, is due to go into operation in the next few months.
Data can shrink loyalty penalties and grow clean energy, says Nick Shenken
National Grid as System Operator (in both gas and electricity) has to take a cautious approach to security of supply. So does the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Network views of batteries are moving on from a threat to an opportunity for the grid. Who will take the benefit? Janet Wood looked at what happens if you view electric vehicles as storage instead of demand