capacity market

  • E-mobility and low carbon

    Bite size: EVs in the Capacity Market

    In our first CI bite size podcast, our experts take on the topic of EVs in the Capacity Market, asking: what is the Government proposing, and is it a good idea? Oliver is joined by Cornwall Insight consultants, James and Jacob, who tidy the whole thing up in under 10...

  • Low carbon generation

    O come all ye flexible – the challenges of getting into the Capacity Market

    The festive period is often a time of reflection, and given the recent publication of the Capacity Market prequalification, we thought it was a good chance to look back at what participants have had to go through to get to this point. In our latest podcast, two members of our...

  • Low carbon generation

    Capacity Market: guess who’s back, back again!

    In our latest podcast, experts Emma Burns and Tom Edwards discuss the recent developments on the Capacity Market since its reinstatement announcement on 24 October 2019. The Capacity Market (CM) is a mechanism that ensures there is electricity available by providing payments to generators. Consequently, this encourages continued investment in...

  • Low carbon generation

    GB wholesale power market trends and views on future developments

    In our latest Podcast, our two Senior Modellers, Tom Edwards and Tom Musker provide their views on a range of wholesale market issues, including recent trends and future developments. The questions are posed by Ben Hall, our Head of New Business, and focus on key topics including: drivers of recent...

  • Low carbon generation

    Into the unknown: A discussion on subsidy-free renewables mixdown

    Welcome to our regular series of podcasts from Cornwall Insight which focuses on the major contemporary issues confronting the energy sector. In our first podcast, Tom Crisp discusses the subsidy-free renewables mixdown with our Chief Executive Officer Gareth Miller. This podcast was recorded before Greg Clark’s speech on the 15th...

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