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UK’s Ofgem approves grid amnesty for 8GW of projects

The Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem), the energy regulatory authority in the UK, and the UK’s electricity transmission operator National Grid ESO have agreed to connect backlog projects to the grid.

read more... 17/08/2023


Norway to avoid power supply deficit next 5 years

A slowdown in electricity consumption growth means Norway is likely to maintain a surplus in power supply in the next five years, albeit one that narrows from 20 TWh this year to 4 TWh in 2028, energy agency NVE said on Monday.

read more... 15/08/2023


SSEN selects preferred bidders for £10bn power network upgrade

SSEN Transmission has chosen preferred bidders to deliver critical elements for its £10bn ($12.6bn) Pathway to 2030 network investment plans.

read more... 09/08/2023


New Zealand is partnering with BlackRock in aim to reach 100% renewable electricity

New Zealand's government said Tuesday it will partner with U.S. investment giant BlackRock in its aim to become one of the first nations in the world to have its electricity grid run entirely from renewable energy.

read more... 08/08/2023


UK must build power lines faster, urges government’s first energy networks commissioner

The UK has the opportunity to accelerate the construction of new power lines, effectively tackling the long-standing backlog of renewable energy projects waiting to connect to the electricity grid.

read more... 07/08/2023