New Power has been tracking GB’s solar PV market in its Database this month.
A ‘net zero’ carbon emissions target for the UK in 2050 makes carbon capture and storage (CCS) a key technology for future low-carbon power, National Grid ESO (NGESO) revealed in its annual Future Energy Scenarios (FES).
Prequalification opened on 22 July and will run until 13 September for three upcoming Capacity Market auctions.
Could a regulatory asset base (RAB) funding model help deliver two of the UK’s most ambitious low-carbon energy options, carbon capture and storage (CCS) and new nuclear?
On 2 May, the UK Committee on Climate Change (CCC), at the request of the government, advised that the UK should set a target to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
I love the net zero target. I think it makes it very clear where we are going.
It doesn’t tell us how to get there, and I have heard some in the industry express concern that we don’t have the policies in place that will do that.
Entsoe-e, the European organisation for transmission network operators, has considered how balancing (and congestion management) can be opened up to smaller organisations and managed across the bloc’s Internal Energy Market (IEM).
The ESO has completed its first weekly auction to procure firm frequency response. Grid Beyond, Limejump, BESS Claredown and Equinicity were all successful in the auction.
As National Grid ESO vows to enable a low-carbon system by 2025, Janet Wood takes a look at progress on the ancillary services needed to run a system without the aid of fossil fuels
With political change in view, New Power and Accent asked the Expert Forum what should be the first ask for a new secretary of state