Wind generation has once again smashed its previous record, with blustery weather on Friday 21 May driving it to a new peak of 17.7GW between 3.30-4:30pm.
Current± caught up with Alex Howison, part of ENA’s Open Networks flexibility services product team and flexible solutions manager at Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks about the challenges of bringing in a common agreement, the framework approach and the need for greater flexibility to enable decarbonisation.
We’re pleased to announce the second in our Current± Briefings webinar series will welcome Mike Ryan from Habitat Energy to discuss the future of Dynamic Containment.
National Grid is celebrating a reduction in the impact of COVID-19 on its underlying operating profits in a year with strong operational performance and the "transformational" acquisition of Western Power Distribution (WPD).
Ofgem has issued its final decision on the financial penalty National Grid ESO must pay following its failure to provide accurate and unbiased electricity demand forecasts.
Electricity prices have been driven up by the re-launch of Short-Term Operating Reserve (STOR) as a day-ahead service, according to new data from EnAppSys.
National Grid ESO has awarded eight contracts for Electricity System Restoration Services, as part of the system operator's new approach to Black Start services.
With another bank holiday has come another renewable generation record, with wind power hitting a new high of 17.6GW.
Electricity demand in Great Britain returned to pre-COVID-19 levels in Q1 2021, with tight margins being a common feature of the quarter.