March News

March News

Energy Security Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and the preceding gas price spike, the issue of energy security has at last come to the fore. We have been saying for years that we cannot rely on interconnectors for actual demand because, when facing concurrent...
December News

December News

Balancing Mechanism Costs SoarEntirely in line with our predictions now for 8 years, balancing bosts continue to rise exponentially, now up to £967m for the last 3 months alone. They will continue to rise as renewable penetration rises, unless there is sufficient...
November News

November News

COP 26: Challenging, but Challenging Enough? If hot air could stop global warming… No, that’s a cheap jibe. Lots of excellent pledges have been made through the Glasgow COP26 conference and the OECD one that preceded it in Rome. The emissions cuts and...
October News

October News

The UK Net Zero Strategy The British government has published its Net Zero strategy, following much consultation. It’s a generally excellent, wide-ranging and integrated strategy. It is a good start and covers all the major elements of decarbonisation; however...
September News

September News

Impact initiative of the year: Europe Storelectric is very pleased to have won “Impact initiative of the year: Europe” at the Environmental Finance Impact Awards. It’s always reassuring to get such endorsements. Webinar on Regulatory Requirements For...
August News

August News

A torrent of consultations In addition to the 6 BEIS consultations flagged up last month, Ofgem consulted on Early Competitions and offshore connections. I also omitted the BEIS consultation on facilitating the deployment of large-scale and long-duration electricity...