Limejump 'virtual power plant' enters UK grid balancing market

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Limejump 'virtual power plant' enters UK grid balancing market

UK digital grid flexibility specialist secures approval from Ofgem to compete in Balancing Mechanism Market alongside Big Six and major power plants

Limejump's "virtual power plant" technology has become the first aggregated unit to compete in the National Grid's Balancing Mechanism market after securing approval from Ofgem. The move means renewable...

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