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GB Capacity Market Reinstated

Last week the European Commission ruled that the GB Capacity Market should be restored, following its suspension in November 2018 (see here). The press release from the Commission can be found here. The UK Government’s Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has confirmed that: Previously suspended payments will be restored and paid by … Continue reading

GB capacity market – appeal delayed

There have been developments in the story around the suspension of the GB capacity market since our last post here. This story on the Utility Week web site reports that the appeal being brought on the European Commission against the suspension of the market has been delayed. The appeal is to be heard either in … Continue reading

GB Capacity Market update

The story around the GB Capacity Market continues, following its suspension last November (see here) and the start of an appeal (see here). Ofgem, GB’s  National Regulatory Authority,  has rejected the proposal  to continue with Capacity Market payments using a temporary scheme as per “notice P378” for now. This is because Ofgem do not believe … Continue reading