Implementing Project TERRE in 2020 is “not prudent” and should be held off till 1 January 2021, given the uncertainty surrounding the UK’s access to EU balancing platforms.
Project TERRE is continuing to move forward, with technical changes that allow Great Britain to join and trade using the platform deployed.
National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO) has made changes to its balancing mechanism (BM) that will allow a wider range of participants from today.
Elexon, the body tasked with delivering the Balancing and Settlement Code, has launched a new Wider Access Impact Assessment and new Testing Strategy.
Project TERRE looks set to be delayed by at least six months after French transmission system operator RTE experienced “difficulties” implementing new systems and controls.
Elexon, the entity tasked with delivering the UK’s balancing and settlement code, has opened the market entry process for independent aggregators.