Ofgem has named Transmission Capital Partners as the preferred bidder to own and operate the connection to the 400MW Dudgeon offshore wind farm.
Storage remains a target for investment, although the business case for it has been dented. In the immediate future that is because of plans to derate batteries that provide only short-lived power in the capacity market.
Energy from waste company 4New has announced plans for a series of small plants (sized at 10-15MW) in the UK, using Ecogreen’s pyrolysis technology.
Wholesale energy markets will have less influence in the industry in future because there will be more activity in other “value pools”, such as structured contracts, business-to-business sales and flexibility trading.
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has blasted the government for its “blinkered determination” to agree a deal on a new nuclear plant at Hinkley Point C, ”regardless of changing circumstances”.
After two years of consultation and preparation, the government has published a white paper that sets out a proposed UK industrial strategy.
As Labrador, her new auto-switching service, prepares for launch, chief executive Jane Lucy tells Janet Wood why customers should see their data as a tool to break the power of the big six
The transition to local balancing and system management is both dramatic and urgent. The Open Networks project brings together the issues for network operators.
Peter Hughes argues that the UK still needs large gas plant
Distribution network operators have taken the idea of storage on board with enthusiasm. It’s just the kind of option that appeals to such companies: a physical asset that can become part of a regulated asset base.