The fast-moving pipeline of the UK’s grid-scale storage

With the UK’s Renewables Obligation (RO) now closed for large solar projects, energy storage takes the position of the most active sector in the UK energy market. As with any new technology, we have seen a lot of build up over the past few years, with much speculation about when the utility-scale market will take off, and how big it will be.

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Solar set for more records, but only if it’s allowed to do so

Liam Stoker takes a look at recent reports of record solar generation in the UK amidst more concerning stories of grid constraints causing the technology to be switched off for long periods of time this summer.

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How UK solar broke records last week

Liam Stoker looks back at the contributing factors to UK solar’s record-breaking half-hour last Friday as the industry sets its sights on further landmarks to come this summer.

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Manifestos and markets: Why aren’t more politicians embracing the Internal Energy Market?

Liam Stoker wonders why, after manifesto week, just the one political party in the UK has discussed the Internal Energy Market and the UK’s membership of it post-Brexit.

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