Future Flexibility Markets – removing barriers and creating opportunity to drive zero-carbon operation

Thursday 28th November 2019
12:30  -  13:00

Theatre :  Flexible Power Zone 

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As the UK moves to a low-carbon economy, the way we operate the electricity system is evolving. A smart, flexible system that makes the best use of all the energy resources available will enable us to meet our customers’ needs in a balanced, efficient and economical way.

Our aim is to create balancing services markets that meet our changing system needs, and in which all technology types can compete on a level playing field.

Adam SimsAdam Sims Power Responsive Manager
National Grid ESO

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