The UK’s antiquated grid is stifling the renewable energy market

The government has set out ambitious targets to achieve net zero by 2050, but has it really considered how complex and antiquated its energy structure is? Writing for Utility Week Andrew Bright, director at ITPEnergised, explores how overstretched transmission operators and overly complicated structures within distribution network operators is making the UK a far less attractive energy market to invest in and presents possible solutions to resolve this.

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