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Ofgem pledges action on network connectivity delays

Last week, Ofgem published an open letter in which it carved out the organisation's objectives to reduce the average connection dates to the electricity grid. The pledge came as Jonathan Brearly opened Utility Week in Birmingham on 16th May, in…

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FIT equipment replacement – policy update

  Last week, Ofgem published its consultation response on the replacement of generating equipment under the Feed in Tariff (FIT) – click here to view. This consultation sought to address concerns regarding the impact of equipment replacement on FIT accreditation.…

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Power cuts raise questions for electrified future

On 9th August the lights went out for approximately 1.1 million electricity customers. Electricity failed, and although the power outage was connected to a lightening strike, it was just one of many and represents an apparently rare and unexpected event.…

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ADBA answers BEIS consultation on the SEG

We have submitted this week our second response to BEIS' consultation on the future for small-scale low-carbon generation. You can find the text in here: In the consultation, BEIS proposes larger electricity suppliers (>250,000 domestic electricity supply customers) offer small-scale generators…

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ADBA’s views on SEG consultation

Following BEIS's second consultation on small-scale low-carbon generation, this time focused on the proposal for a Smart Export Guarantee (SEG), ADBA has put together its views on the proposed scheme. You can consult our first draft by clicking here. We would…

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