Yesterday National Grid published its annual Future Energy Scenarios document, one of the most hotly anticipated events in the energy sector diary. Current± has compiled some of the headline figures.
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National Grid has said it wants a new procurement process for Black Start capabilities up and running by the mid-2020s, and wants it to involve renewables and battery storage.
As you may have already noticed, Clean Energy News is no more. Do not adjust your set, you are now reading Current± which, from here on in, will serve as your resource for the energy transition.
A new solar generation record was set earlier this week, the latest in a string of renewables milestones to fall this spring.
Vattenfall has brought online its 22MW battery project co-located with the Pen y Cymoedd onshore wind farm in Wales, becoming the latest company to start delivering sub-second frequency response to National Grid.
The UK will not need any new large gas generation to plug the gap filled by retiring coal plants, with renewables and other distributed energy systems ideally placed, a new report has found.
Transport is going electric, and at rates far quicker than previously thought. But to enable that change, the charging infrastructure – and the grid that powers it – must evolve in tandem. David Pratt investigates whether or not the UK is up to the challenge.
Trade body Energy UK has launched a new project, dubbed the ‘Future of Energy’, as it seeks to map out how the energy transition is impacting generators, utilities and consumers.
The energy transition is providing “more ecstasy than anarchy” for the sector, however pragmatic and consumer-centric initiatives must be at the forefront of regulators’ minds if is to continue to succeed.