Handy links to every article the Blackout report has published about the 9 August 2019 blackout.
Low electricity demand is likely to remain the biggest challenge for Britain’s network, according to National Grid ESO’s Summer Outlook 2022.
Electricity demand in Britain will continue to be low over the coming months, according to National Grid’s Summer Outlook 2021.
Electricity network operator National Grid ESO releases its Winter Outlook 2020.
National Grid ESO introduces new Dynamic Containment mechanism to help keep network frequency balanced.
Britain goes coal-free for more than two months… Is this trend likely to continue? And if so, what challenges does it pose our electricity network?
National Grid’s Summer Outlook explains the impact of coronavirus on the electricity network and the challenges posed by significantly lower demand for power than usual.
What steps are Britain’s network operators taking to minimise the risk posed by the spread of coronavirus?
Exploring the role inertia plays in our electricity system and whether the transition to zero-carbon generation could pose problems.
We take a look at the crucial automatic defence mechanism designed to save the electricity system from complete collapse and examine its effectiveness in the aftermath of the 9 August blackout.