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Welcome to our News/Articles section for up to date news about N-ERGY and for latest developments in our industry.

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N-ERGY Becomes a Member of ADBA

N-ERGY Power Solutions has recently joined the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA).

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Comment: Scottish Power Proposal to De-rate DSR Can Harm the Storage Market

The UK capacity market in its current format is surrounded by a lot of uncertainties. Battery storage sector around the world hasn’t until this point managed to create feasible and commercially viable business cases to begin mass-sales/installations. Suggesting such proposals now harm the sector especially that business models are still opaque. Scottish Power has vested interest in pumped storage and de-ratting batteries work in its favour.

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Why Specialist Project Management Partners are Needed in The Capacity Market

Capacity Market is sensitive by nature; the UK government relies on it for providing the gird with electricity when the demand is high. And it has been more competitive than ever with the latest T-1 and T-4 auctions provisional results. The clearing prices have hit an all-time low reaching £6.00 per kW per year for T-1 and £8.4 for T-4 (down from £18 - £22.5).

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William Colyer named 'Apprentice of the Year'

William Colyer, an electrical project engineer apprentice that has been learning his trade with us, has been awarded ‘Apprentice of the Year’.

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N-ERGY’s Thoughts on Changes in Battery De-rating in the UK

The department of Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) announced on the 4th of December changes on the de-rating factors for batteries in the capacity market in the UK. The previous de-rating factor of 96% did not change for batteries with 4+ hour duration but was lowered down to almost 18% for batteries with less than 30-minute duration. 

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Are you getting the maximum benefit of your renewable energy system?

Many farms throughout the UK are benefiting from renewable energy schemes (incl. Solar and Wind), to diversify incomes and reduce the impact of fluctuating import energy prices. 

Although few farmers are gaining the maximum benefit from these schemes, the average system throughout the UK exports in excess of 50% of the total generation. 

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