Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has secured 348MW of flexibility contracts across five sites in Scotland and two in central and southern England.
Reductions in network operators’ budgets could result in electricity grids becoming the “weak link” in the power sector transformation.
Jobs in the renewable energy space surged to 11.5 million globally in 2019, according to new figures from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).
Scottish and South Electricity Networks (SSEN) has used ‘Constraint Managed Zones’ (CMZ) to save customers £230,000 and avoid 2,450 tonnes of CO2 emissions on the Isle of Islay.
Battery energy storage is now being used at two of the largest river hydro projects to deliver a range of grid services, load shifting and energy trading, with a third planned for later this year by Barn Energy.