Ofgem's half hour: Watchdog confirms plan for half-hourly settlement across retail electricity market

James Murray
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Ofgem's half hour: Watchdog confirms plan for half-hourly settlement across retail electricity market

Industry groups welcome move that promises to unlock a new era for clean technologies and flexible grids

Ofgem has this week given the green light to plans to roll out market-wide half-hourly settlement across the retail electricity market as standard, in a move that is expected to unlock significant investment...

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