European Energy Markets
Annual TNUoS costs for a typical 40MW onshore wind site in Northern Scotland are forecast to rise to £1.28 million by 2025-26 - research.
Paul Giesbertz, Head Advisor Market Policies & Regulatory Affairs at Statkraft, explains why hybrid assets are relevant to the design of the European electricity market.
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.
Subject to approval by the regulatory authorities, Shell will acquire 100% of Next Kraftwerke’s shares.
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.
COVID-related challenges did not have a significant impact on PPA offer prices; since in the months following the pandemic, wind prices rose slightly, while solar prices dropped slightly.
The admission to listing and trading of its shares on these regulated markets follows the recent approval of the company’s securities prospectus by the Dutch regulator.
Kiwi Power has entered its tenth European market with the completion of an innovative aggregation project in the Netherlands.
Energy storage joint venture Fluence is acquiring a microgrid software and digital intelligence platform.
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