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About 312MW of demand response won one-year contracts for delivery in 2017/18 in late March’s capacity market transitional auction. The clearing price was £54.00/kW a year, clearing in round six.
The “indications are that we won’t be part of the Internal Electricity Market (IEM)”, after Brexit, Nina Skorupska, chief executive of the Renewable Energy Association (REA), told the Select Committee on Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (B
The latest projections from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) indicate a complete phase-out of coal-fired generation early in the next decade, to be replaced in the long term by renewables, nuclear and increasing n
Next week (3 April) National Grid is expected to set out its plans for a new regime for procuring ancillary services as part of a consultation.
Fred Olsen Renewables aims to extend its Cristal Rig complex of windfarm projects near Dunbar. Six more turbines are on the cards, which would bring the total to 91 with a capacity of 214MW.
The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) has launched a task force on district heating, aiming to deliver a subsidy-free heat network market with strong protections for consumers.
Charges for power generation projects designated as nationally important infrastructure projects (NSIPs) such as power plants and transmission connection schemes have gone up by effectively 50%.
Legislation handing powers over the seabed to Scotland’s three island councils – Shetland, Orkney and Comhairle and Eilean Siar (the Western Isles) – is due to be considered by the Scottish Parliament later this year, probably in May.
The Business Innovation and Skills Committee has expressed concern about the gap between current energy policy delivery and the government’s ambition to meet future carbon budgets.