Electricity demand in Great Britain returned to pre-COVID-19 levels in Q1 2021, with tight margins being a common feature of the quarter.
Current± is pleased to launch a brand new series of webinars, focusing in on the key drivers of the energy transition in Britain.
All Capacity Market Units (CMU) may be required to be part of the Balancing Mechanism, according to a new consultation launched by the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
Elexon has hailed a "ground-breaking" modification to the Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC) that will allow individual asset meters to be used for settlement purposes.
Head of markets Kayte O’Neill explains how the markets National Grid ESO manage are evolving and why the industry needs to work together to deliver further progress.
The latest episode of the Solar Media Podcast is now available stream, exploring how energy flexibility is changing in the UK and beyond.
Arenko has become the first provider to qualify a non-Balancing Mechanism Unit (BMU) while complying with Dynamic Containment's requirement for real time monitoring.
Flexitricity’s Dr Alastair Martin takes a look at how batteries and the Capacity Market have grown over the past decade to meet the so-called “missing money” problem.
In January, EDF was paid more in three days than it did in Q3 2020, as low winds and cold temperatures pushing National Grid ESO’s ability to balance the system.