High power prices are expected to continue into winter following a record breaking third quarter in the UK.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has launched a consultation into the potential of re-coupling Great Britain’s electricity auctions.
A fire at National Grid’s IFA1 interconnector site in Sellindge is to see power prices once again spike in the UK as 1GW of capacity drops off the system.
Britain hit a new electricity import record in a glimpse of the future according to energy market analyst EnAppSys.
The cost of interconnector capacity to Britain is the most expensive in Europe, according to new research from EnAppSys.
Whilst power demand has started to recover, the impact of COVID-19 continues to be uncertain as the country moves into the winter period.
Taking an integrated approach to offshore grid connections could save consumers around £6 billion, according to a new report from National Grid ESO.
‘Importance of the UK energy sector’ recognised as interconnectors included in Brexit negotiations outline
Trading through interconnectors is set to be included in the upcoming Brexit negotiations between the UK and the European Union, after an energy agreement was included in government plans.
Intraday trading is now possible between Belgium and Britain on the Nemo Link interconnector.