National Grid PLC Publication of Final Terms 2021/01/20 08:00:00 ADVFN UK
National Grid PLC 20 January 2021 20 January 2021 National Grid plc Publication of Final Terms The following final terms have been…
Coventry MP welcomes refusal of outline plans for more than 700 apartments 2021/01/19 07:00:02 Coventry Observer
THE REFUSAL of outline planning permission for up to 731 apartments on a former National Grid gas works site has been welcomed by the Coventry North West MP.
Thermal Power Plant Market Swot Analysis by Major Players : FirstEnergy, Duke Energy, National Grid 2021/01/15 11:28:25 OpenPR
COVID-19 Outbreak-Global Thermal Power Plant Industry Market Report-Development Trends, Threats, Opportunities and Competitive Landscape in 2020 is latest research study released by HTF MI evaluating the market, highlighting opportunities, risk side analysis, and leveraged with strategic and tactical decision-making support.
2020 was UK’s ‘greenest year on record’ for power generation as renewables surge and coal declines 2021/01/13 13:54:06 The Independent
National Grid is confident carbon-free electricity generation is on the horizon, writes Harry Cockburn
Clean power drives Britain's grid to record low CO2 intensity in 2020 2021/01/12 11:07:23 BusinessGreen
National Grid ESO data for 2020 confirms raft of new records for wind and solar as well as longest coal-free run since the industrial revolution The carbon intensity of Britain's electricity system reached a new average low last year, following a landmark year of clean power records that saw renewables take a larger share of the electricity grid than ever before, according to National Grid ESO. Data shared yesterday by the grid operator reveals CO2 generated per unit of electricity consumed dropped to 181 grams of CO2 per kWh on average across 2020, continuing a trend that has seen emissions from Britain's electricity system plummet 66 per cent in seven years, as coal fired power plants have rapidly been phased out ahead of the 2024 deadline. Britain also chalked up a number of green electricity records last year as record levels of wind and solar generation dominated the power grid during periods of low demand thanks to lockdown measures spurred by the coronavirus crisis, and several of the UK's remaining coal plants shuttered. National Grid ESO's analysis shows last May was the greenest month on record, boasting an average carbon intensity of 143 grams of CO2 per kWh, after emissions per unit of electricity dipped to all-time low of 46g of CO2 per kWh on the 24th day of the month.
Questor: we'll sell National Grid and buy this promising energy storage firm 2020/11/27 05:00:00 The Telegraph
Questor Income Portfolio: National Grid’s dividend looks increasingly shaky as the regulator seeks to tighten its control
Britain's National Grid expects tight power margins over next few days 2020/11/25 16:26:07 Reuters UK
Britain's National Grid expects tighter power margins for the next few days owing to variable renewables generation, colder temperatures and higher demand, it said on Twitter.
National Grid PLC Holding(s) in Company 2020/11/23 16:29:00 ADVFN UK
National Grid PLC 23 November 2020 23 November 2020 National Grid plc ( ' National Grid ' or ' Company '…
National grid share price forecast 2021: a jump towards the 1,000p level seems likely 2020/11/19 16:41:00 Capital Com
Will National Grid be an attractive investment option in 2021? Follow our detailed National Grid share price forecast and decide whether the stock is a buy or sell. Read More…
National Grid says it is 'suitably robust to cope' with electric car demand from 2030 2020/11/17 22:31:40 Daily Mail Online
The National Grid said the 'energy industry will now have to focus on ensuring there is adequate network capacity in the right locations to facilitate ultra-rapid charging.'
Achieving net-zero: Is it too cheap to meter or too expensive to deliver? 2020/08/14 11:11:39 New Europe
National Grid updates the electricity and gas markets annually with its new Future Energy Scenarios and this year’s edition sees a significant shift as it… Read More »
Mucking in: Renewable biogas from cow manure injected into grid in UK first 2020/08/13 23:01:17 BusinessGreen
Biomethane produced at Cambridgeshire facility has been directly connected to the Gas National Transmission System for first time Renewable gas produced from cattle manure and straw at a farm in Cambridgeshire has been directly injected into the gas grid to help householders heat their homes and cook meals, in what National Grid claims is a UK first. The Murrow Anaerobic Digestion (AD) Plant in Cambridgeshire operated by Biocow Ltd breaks down cow manure and straw in sealed tanks to produce biomethane - also known as biogas - that delivers significant carbon emissions savings compared to fossil fuel natural gas. National Grid confirmed yesterday that a pipeline from the Murrow facility was directly connected to the Gas National Transmission System late last month, successfully enabling flows of up to 15,000 standard cubic meters per hour of the biogas into the grid. The facility is now set to provide enough biogas to meet the annual gas needs of 10 average UK households. Ian Radley, head of gas systems operations at National Grid, said that technologies supporting the use of hydrogen and biomethane would "play a critical role in the journey to Britain achieving net zero". "We've collaborated closely with Biocow on this innovative project to ensure we met their needs and ultimately successfully connected their site to the National Transmission System; supporting the transition to a low carbon economy and paving the way for similar projects in the future," he said.
National Grid : Geronimo Energy Establishes Community Fund for 200 MW Crocker Wind Farm | MarketScreener 2020/08/13 15:38:06 MarketScreener
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Biomethane connected to UK gas network for first time - National Grid 2020/08/13 11:00:15 Reuters UK
Britain's National Grid said on Thursday that biomethane has been connected to the transmission system for the first time, as part of efforts to decarbonise the gas network.
Heat wave brings end to latest coal-free power run 2020/08/13 08:52:46 BusinessGreen
Latest coal-free power run falls short of record, as high temperatures impact gas output The latest stretch of coal-free power on the UK grid came to a close yesterday, as the Ratcliffe-on-Soar power station in Nottinghamshire came online to help meet peak power demand. The move brought the latest coal-free run to an end at 55 days, falling short of the 67 day record set earlier this year . The initial record run came to an end when Drax fired up some of its coal units for testing following maintenance work, and the latest run was forced to end in similarly unlikely circumstances, as the record-breaking heatwave led to reduced generation from gas power plants. High air temperatures can lead to reduced output from gas power plants as it requires more energy to compress hot humid air for use in power plant turbines. At the same time the hot, still weather conditions have led to low output from the UK's wind farms while a number of gas plants are currently offline for routine summer maintenance work.