Keeping the lights on

Articles:

Keeping the lights on

As we gear up for the first capacity auction in December, how will the Capacity Market work and what is National Grid’s role?

Case study:

FES fast facts

Ten things you need to know about National Grid’s Future Energy Scenarios 2014

FES fast facts

Debate:

The story of our FES

How might the UK produce and consume energy in 2035 or even 2050 and what would that mean for us?

FES insights

Talking points:


What did the delegates attending the 2014 UK Future Energy Scenarios event make of what they heard on the day?

The story of our FES

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The big issues for energy

  • Keeping the lights on

    As we gear up for the first capacity auction in December, how will the Capacity Market work and what is National Grid’s role?

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    Steve Holliday, National Grid’s Chief Executive Officer, on the ‘Making Education Work’ report.

  • Building a robust network

    Phil Sheppard explains how the UK can make sure that it has the right energy infrastructure in place for the future.

  • Building resilience

    Steve Holliday’s keynote speech on building resiliency, driving growth, and advancing sustainability in a rapidly changing world.

Looking ahead

What to look out for in the coming weeks

  • Thursday 10th July

    Future Energy Scenarios 2014