Minimum summer demand forecast to drop to 15.6GW

National Grid ESO has forecast electricity demand on the transmission network to bottom out at 15.6GW over the summer, continuing a long-running trend of declining summer minimums. In its latest Summer Outlook, the electricity system operator said there could be periods in which wind output alone exceeds demand on the power grid.

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