Green power network problems left hanging

Milne, Roger
November 2003
Utility Week;11/7/2003, Vol. 20 Issue 19, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the call of members of the Energy Network Association for more dialogue with the wind energy industry as both faced up to challenges of distributed generation in Great Britain, as of November 7, 2003. Technical problems of distributed generation; Views of Sir John Mogg, chairman of the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets, on the renewables target; Plan to revise draft guidance on planning for renewable energy. INSET: How to pay for green energy connections.


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