Last month, electricity regulator Ofgem awarded £6.6m of Low Carbon Network Fund (LCNF) money to three Distribution Network Operators (DNOs)...
Dr Alastair Martin along with an expert panel of Flexitricity’s engineers and account managers will be discussing the implications of the MCPD for generator owners and demand response participants.
Success will be defined by a thousand small things
“We’re going to shake up how the National Grid is balanced”. That was the cry from Flexitricity that piqued the attention of the industry when the company announced that it was to become an energy supplier. It’s a watershed moment, and who wouldn’t want to be part of that!
The Medium Combustion Plant Directive (MCPD) seeks to reduce air pollution by controlling emissions from medium combustion plants (MCPs), which include both generators (with a rated thermal input between 0 – 50 MW) and boilers (with a rated thermal input between 1 - 50 MW).
OK, I admit it. Nearly fourteen years ago, when Flexitricity was born in my spare bedroom, I didn’t think I was setting up an electricity and gas supply business. I’ve been resisting the idea for most of the company’s history.
When I heard that DSR providers could enter the Capacity Market two years early, it was an opportunity I had to seize...