The UK’s future carbon budget requires a reduction in domestic emissions of at least 80% of 1990 levels by 2050.
The world is changing. With the consequences of climate change already here, and the average temperature of the earth rising at an alarming rate, the time for change is now
With the Governments Feed-In Tarif (FiT) scheme set to close in April 2019, The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has predicted that the total deployable MWs for sub-5MW installations is expected to drop below 50MW-100MW per year as a result.
Sustainability is key to the future of Earth.
At the Power Responsive conference on Tuesday 26th June 2018, National Grid suggested that they had already met their June 2015 target of procuring 50% of balancing services from demand response providers by 2020, as 50% of STOR was now being provided by non-Balancing Mechanism (NBM) participants. This was also reported in the Energyst today:
The landscape for the energy market is changing, with new rules and legislation being due to be implemented in 2018. In light of recent news about the SNAPS consultation and the MCPD (Medium Combustive Plant Directive) rule, we thought we would summarise what the new legislation means for the UK energy outlook and consumers.
The device will earn revenue by fulfilling a frequency response balancing contract with National Grid
KiWi Power Industry Round-Up
The recent and ever-growing demand for renewable energy is driving a movement to get more sustainable energy sources added to the Grid.
KiWi Power suggests the days of Triad and DNUoS charges appear to be numbered