Great Britain has smashed its record of continuous coal-free electricity generation, going more than 90 hours without coal over the Easter weekend.
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A local energy system pilot on the UK’s south coast is to establish a virtual power plant (VPP) comprising, renewables, storage and electric vehicles that could save the country billions in network reinforcements.
An “explosion” in the number of devices connected at the end of the grid is driving a second transition and new demand for tech solutions.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is bidding to ramp-up its commitment to flexibility services by devising a new, technology neutral methodology.
National Grid’s Electricity System Operator (ESO) unit has placed system stability at the top of its innovation priority list, while issuing a “call to arms” for the energy industry to collaborate further.
A consortium of energy and technology companies is to deploy a virtual energy system in Orkney, aiming to establish the “energy system of the future” on the isles.
National Grid’s Electricity System Operator (ESO) function will be able to operate a zero carbon power system by 2025.
David Smith, chief executive at the Energy Networks Association, discusses the trade body’s recently published impact assessment on the Internet of Energy, and how its Open Networks Project has been laying the foundations for the country’s future smart grid.
National Grid expects minimum summer transmission system demand in 2019 to fall broadly in line with last year’s, owing to a collapse in new solar deployment.