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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.

How Europe relied on conventional power during cold winter

Study reveals that although renewables made up more than four tenths of Europe's fuel mix in the first quarter of 2021, nuclear was the largest single fuel source, with hydropower second.

Gas plants and interconnectors won big in UK’s T-4 auction

The UK's T-4 Capacity Auction for delivery in 2024/25 concluded last week, with interconnectors and open cycle gas turbine plants securing big wins.

Brexit cuts interconnector use and sends power prices rocketing

Britain's exit from the EU has reduced trading on the electricity interconnectors between Great Britain and Ireland and increased the frequency of extreme prices.

Winter weather sparks surge in power prices

A week of tight margins and system warnings resulted in record extreme power prices in the UK and some parts of Europe in the...

New ancillary service market paves the way to a renewables-led future

A new ancillary service procured by National Grid to manage the frequency of Britain's electricity system is set to support the country's green energy transition and provide new opportunities for battery projects.

Renewables dominate as demand shows strong recovery across Europe

Across Europe, renewable power was the largest source of electricity generation for the sixth quarter in a row, as the easing of lockdown restrictions sparked an upturn in demand.

UK interconnectivity with Europe to rise despite Brexit

A new study concludes that Britain's interconnectivity with Europe will more than double in the next three years despite Brexit.

Three-quarters of 2020 see negative power prices in Europe

Negative power prices have swept across Europe in the first nine months of 2020, with excess power in the market resulting in consumers being paid rather than charged to use electricity

New dawn for Europe’s solar market as costs become more manageable

In the first six months of 2020, generation from solar power across Europe amounted to 68TWh – up from the 59TWh in the corresponding period in 2019.