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  • The number of renewable generators feeding power to the UK grid, at both transmission and distribution level, is growing all the time. Meanwhile, the number of electric vehicles on the road is rising rapidly. Andrew Mourant looks at how the network is adapting to a new normal.  

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  • HVDC cables are a more efficient method of transmitting power over long distances, which makes them ideal for bringing renewable power from remote regions to population centres – and for linking grids together. ABB's Athanasios Krontiris takes up the story. 

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  • Buildings are no longer simply consumers of energy, and local generation schemes are part of the future of urban energy. We cover these themes in five articles in this issue, starting with a view from UK Research and Innovation into local, low carbon energy networks.Articles follow which examine bar...

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  • Electricity transmission and distribution systems used to be relatively simple. Not any more – now that huge numbers of new, often small, generators are connected at both high and low voltage networks and power flows can be in both directions. We include three articles on the subject – two on the te...

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  • Increasing levels of grid-connected renewable energy penetration is presenting a problem for grid operators tasked with maintaining stability. New approaches to grid management are set to match new technology in delivering a grid fit for the future. David Appleyard writes.

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  • There’s a big difference between successfully testing a prototype tidal energy device and connecting a commercial-scale array of the same technology to the electricity grid. But Britain’s marine energy sector has started to bridge that gap, as Andrew Williams writes.

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  • Crown Estate Scotland now has spatial data relating to the organisation’s offshore assets freely available on their website for the first time. The data covers infrastructure projects and undersea cabling and can be used by a range of organisations from oil and gas companies to consultancies and edu...

  • Power generation has changed. No longer solely the territory of large, centralised fossil fuel plants, we now see a mixture of smaller and decentralised plants joining the system – fuelled by a wider range of fuels. Our power feature in this month's issue therefore includes articles on inconsistenci...

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  • Three new energy storage projects that collectively highlight the innovation going into storing electricity in the UK have been announced.First, Europe’s largest and the UK’s first battery flywheel energy storage system is to be connected first to the Irish and then to the UK electricity grid as par...

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  • Electrical cable testing and monitoring are important processes that need to carried out to maintain reliable power flows in networks. Bob Dean discusses why the focus of a recent cable testing publication is on techniques rather than equipment.

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