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Report: do we undervalue interconnectors

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. Several are expected to land in the region, and as they import or export according to prices on either side of the Channel they hit grid constraints. It may mean cheaper renewables are constrained off.

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