Grid connections amnesty has ‘run its course’

The Transmission Entry Capacity amnesty has “run its course” after clearing 5GW of stalled projects from the connections queue for the transmission network, which now stands at more than 400GW. National Grid chief financial officer Andy Agg told Utility Week that the amnesty had come to an end, as the company revealed its financial results for the six months to the end of September, which showed underlying operating profits across the group fell by 15% year-on-year to £1.8 billion.

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