Ofgem will set out its thinking on its revised approach to licensing and regulating suppliers at an industry meeting on 21 June.
Ofgem has set back plans to alter some aspects of the charging regime, including that for distribution-connected (‘embedded’) generation.
RES has sold its first UK subsidy-free wind farm project.
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The measures of economic viability for a storage project are less certain than they are for more traditional technologies, such as a natural gas plant or a solar or wind farm, where project risks are familiar, says testing expert and consultancy D
Losing the Wylfa nuclear project on Anglesey has “the potential to inflict a major blow on the economy of north Wales if it is permanent” Ken Skates AM, Minister for the Economy and Transport in the Welsh government, told MPs at Westminster.
National Grid ESO wants to run tenders early next year for new ‘constraint management’ products in specific geographical areas.
One major cause of constraint in the southeast, and one likely to require new transmission lines to be built in the region, is power flows from the region’s growing array of interconnectors.