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Statkraft and ABB to deliver Liverpool grid stability project for National...

Statkraft, Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy, has signed its first supplier contract for the construction of the Lister Drive Greener Grid Park in Liverpool.
Air Liquide hydrogen

Plans confirmed for Britain’s first hydrogen town

Britain’s gas grid companies have set out plans to deliver the country’s first hydrogen town by 2030 and full transition by 2050.

UK’s second electricity link to France starts flowing at full capacity

IFA2, National Grid’s second electricity interconnector linking the UK and France, is now able to flow low carbon electricity between the two countries at full capacity.
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Uniper appoints Siemens Energy to deliver grid stability at UK power...

Siemens Energy has been awarded contracts by global energy company Uniper to provide rotating grid stabilization technology at two sites in the UK.
renewable energy

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.
Siemens UK grid stabilzer

Construction begins on UK’s first grid stabilisation facility

Siemens Energy has started work to construct one of the UK’s first grid stabilisation facilities.
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National Grid and TenneT explore North Sea interconnector between offshore wind...

National Grid Ventures and TenneT will explore the feasibility of connecting Dutch and British wind farms to the energy systems of both countries via subsea electricity cables called interconnectors.
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DNV GL and National Grid developing Great Britain’s offshore wind strategy

National Grid has selected certification body DNV GL as a lead partner in the Offshore Wind Coordination project in Great Britain.

Wind sets new record supplying 60% of UK’s power

The record was set at in the early hours of the day as the UK was experiencing high winds from storm Francis.

Scotland’s 440MW Cruachan hydro plant to receive £1m controls upgrade

Drax Group’s 440MW Cruachan Power Station is to undergo a £1million ($1.3 million) upgrade to modernize its turbine control system.

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