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Long awaited guidance from Ofgem on the co-location of electricity storage facilities with RO or FIT accredited renewable energy installations has finally been published in a draft form for consultation.
On 11 August 2017 National Grid published Auction Guidelines for the forthcoming T-1 and T-4 Capacity Market auctions, which will both take place in early 2018.
UK law firm TLT has advised London-listed renewables specialist The Renewable Infrastructure Group (TRIG) on its £20m investment in an energy storage plant in West Lothian, Scotland, carrying out work that will become...
The recent government announcement that it would be conducting an independent review to ensure energy is affordable for households and businesses, is another positive step for the industry.
Yesterday Business and Energy Secretary, The Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, unveiled the Smart Systems and Flexibility Plan jointly published today by BEIS and Ofgem, which includes a number of important outcomes for the storage...
Ofgem published documents in March which will likely be of keen interest to developers looking at a range of different battery storage models.
TLT has advised Green Hedge, a low carbon energy generation and storage company, who joined forces with Anesco, an energy efficiency specialist, to introduce four 'Energy Barns' across the UK.
The recently published provisional capacity market auction results reveal that approximately 500 MW of battery storage projects have been awarded 15 year contracts. In addition over 1.4 GW of Demand Side Response...
The energy storage project pipeline is looking healthy, but as Maria Connolly and Stuart Urquhart explain co-locating renewables and energy storage systems is not as simple as it sounds.