Batteries are the wrong technology to manage network frequency, says Andrew Scobie, executive chairman at Faraday Grid.
Ofgem has promised to “robustly defend” its decision to reject a claim by large generators for a refund on charges they paid to use the transmission network.
The nuclear industry has been in the spotlight since the vote to leave the EU because the UK has to replace nuclear safeguards currently provided under the Euratom treaty.
Speculation in November that the government would commit large-scale funds to small modular nuclear reactors (SMRs) was proved unfounded in December, when a raft of nuclear announcements from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Stra
National Grid has published an update on its plans to rationalise ancillary services procurement.
Participants in the upcoming capacity market (CM) auction started the new year with a host of uncertainties over how many applicants would pre-qualify for the auction and how much capacity would be entered.
The Scottish government has set out two low-carbon energy scenarios for Scotland in 2050 in a new energy strategy – one with a major shift to using electricity, including for heat and transport, and another that focuses on switching gas networks t
Ofgem has proposed an option for reviewing electricity networks’ performance incentives – and the structure of their reward mechanisms – as part of a mid-period review of the 2015-23 price control period for distribution network operators (known a
Greenock-based 2020 Renewables has successfully appealed refusal of its 50MW Whitelaw Brae wind farm earmarked for a site three kilometres south of Tweedsmuir in the Scottish Borders.
Innogy chief executive Peter Terium has left the company, to be replaced on an interim basis by Uwe Tigges, chief human resources officer.