Cornwall Insight in the news | October 2019

We are proud that our experts are regularly featured in the media and news stories on a variety of topics across the energy sector. Here are just a few places we have been mentioned this October.

Market design amidst global energy transition featured in several news stories this month with Current News, Power Engineering International, PV Magazine, World Energy Trade and Smart Energy International all reporting our latest insight paper. Gareth Miller, CEO said: “Despite differences in market design and characteristics, all three markets are grappling with similar issues that come from committing to deep decarbonization. This includes the most appropriate methods for charging for networks, managing access to them and dealing with issues such as network congestion and constraint.”

Tom Edwards commented on Orsted announcement that offshore wind farms wouldn’t produce quite as much power as previously forecast in Bloomberg.

Our story on Flexible Asset Power Purchase Agreement market can be seen in BDaily, PV Magazine and Renewable Energy Magazine. The research showed that the total size of the flexible asset market is much smaller than that for renewables, with the total capacity for flexible assets estimated at 4.5 GW in 2019, compared with renewables’ 40.6 GW.

Craig Lowrey’s considerations for the energy sector after Brexit featured in Smart Energy International and Gas to Power Journal. Craig Lowrey commented “With the uncertainty over the UK’s future relationship with the EU showing no signs of clearing, it is essential to understand what the main challenges could be for the UK’s energy sector – both ahead of 31 October and beyond.

Our thoughts on the future of the Heat Network appeared in H&V news.

If you would like to feature one of our experts, please contact Charlotte Nelson on c.nelson@cornwall-insight.com.