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National Grid ESO has an ambition to be able to operate the GB transmission system carbon-free by 2025. Today, NGESO depends on gas and coal plants for a range of essential ancillary services and takes actions to ensure they are online and able to provide them. To enable zero-carbon operation, zero-carbon technologies require routes to market for all of these services. In many cases, either the current technical specifications or procurement mechanisms prevent zero-carbon generators from participating.
|Place of Publication||Edinburgh|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Dec 2020|
- climate change policy
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Operating a Zero Carbon GB Power System in 2025: Frequency and Fault Current [Annexes - Review of System and Network Issues, Frequency Stability, Power Electronic Devices and Fault Current, & Market Needs]Nedd, M., Browell, J., Egea-Alvarez, A., Bell, K., Hamilton, R., Wang, S. & Brush, S., 5 Dec 2020, Glasgow: University of Strathclyde.
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