EnAppSys - search results

European carbon prices hit record levels as demand increases

As lockdowns eased across Europe and electricity demand returned to pre-COVID levels, carbon allowance prices rose to record levels in the second quarter.

Market volatility in Spain increases trading risks and opportunities

Recent changes in wholesale markets with an increase in renewables and interconnector capacity are expected to increase revenue opportunities and risks for energy traders.

EnAppSys predicts more power sector mergers

Market monitoring firm EnAppSys, sees an increased possibility of mergers over the next few years within the flexible generation space, as business models move away from a passive to a more aggressive trading approach.

Wind power variability points to importance of storage – EnAppSys

Wind generation was the largest contributor to Britain’s power mix for a record 28 successive hours in May – the first time this trend has exceeded 24 hours. However, data recorded for the first week in June by EnAppSys, indicates the value of developing an energy storage complement.

EnAppSys notes strong weekend solar performance in UK

Despite it still being early in the year, Saturday and Sunday the 25th and 26th of March saw very high levels of solar generation in the UK, with this flattening the demand shape for coal and gas plants over this weekend period, aside from the evening peaks.

EnAppSys: Quick response generation the key to avoiding UK blackouts

Energy data analysts, EnAppSys, says that the ability of power generators to respond to demand is a more crucial component to combating potential power blackouts than adding extra capacity.

New day-ahead electricity market service drives higher prices

UK-based owners of peaking assets have cashed in on higher prices and revenue-generating opportunities following the launch of STOR (Short-Term Operating Reserve) as a day-ahead service.

Analysis demonstrates greater diversity in UK power market

The latest independent analysis of the UK electricity market shows that while coal has retained its top share of the power pie, renewables has become more influential and the market in general is displaying greater diversity.

Gas now the dominant fossil fuel in Europe says report

Rising carbon costs and coal plant closures across Europe have resulted in gas-fired power generation overtaking output from other forms of fossil fuels for the first time in recent history, according to analysts.

Gas power still holds sway in the UK but renewables climb

Windy conditions saw renewable power generation hit record levels in 2017, as the effects of the Capacity Mechanism reduced price volatility in the second half of the year. These are the key findings from a new report by energy market monitoring firm EnAppSys.

Latest Feature