GB transmission losses – the losers and winners under Elexon’s new TLM methodology

8th, May 2018 Energy Storage, Grid & Electrical, Policy & Regulatory, Renewable Energy

Marc Smeed discusses recent changes to the transmission losses charging regime, why they have a major impact on most network users and Xero Energy’s new tool for long…

Energy Storage and Connected Systems Conference, 6-7 Feb 2018, London

8th, February 2018 Energy Storage, Grid & Electrical, Policy & Regulatory

Marc Smeed was presenting at this year’s Energy Storage and Connected Systems conference, London – sharing his insights on the future for storage and flexibility. Thanks again to…

Nigel Scott on network access and constraints

7th, February 2018 Uncategorised

It is becoming increasingly common for wind farms and other renewable generators to connect to the grid with export constraints.  There are various ways this can happen and…

Generation TNUoS – another twist in the road

17th, November 2017 Uncategorised

Marc Smeed considers the implications of a fresh Ofgem decision on generation TNUoS tariffs. Ofgem yesterday made a decision on the CUSC mod CMP261, you can see it…

A new ‘Tesla tax’?

10th, November 2017 Energy Storage, Grid & Electrical, Microgrids, Policy & Regulatory, Renewable Energy, Uncategorised

Marc Smeed reflects on the shifting sands of network charging and access. This week marked another exciting chapter in the book of grid charging.  We are, yet again,…