Key steps to enable the UK to end its dependence on gas for electricity within five years are being proposed to the government by RenewableUK.
Scottish Renewables is calling on the government and Ofgem to reform what it said are “volatile and unpredictable” charges that penalise Scottish renewable projects.
Constraint costs could hit £2.5 billion per year over the next decade, as the generation mix continues to change rapidly.
Green energy infrastructure investment is being jeopardised by British regulations that favour EU electricity imports.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has released new analysis showing 93% of its engaged stakeholders support reform of the current transmission charging regime.
SSE has lost an appeal to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) relating to modifications to Transmission Network Use of System (TNUoS) charges.
SSEN Transmission is calling for views on the current Transmission Network Use of System (TNUoS) charging regime, which it has described as “unfair and volatile”.
Ofgem has published an update on the Significant Code Review (SCR), having narrowed down the potential policy changes that will be included.