'Get on, get back or get out': National Grid ESO unveils plan to speed up grid connections by 10 years

Stuart Stone
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Britain's electricity system operator (ESO) touts reforms to speed up electricity grid connections for wind, solar and battery storage

National Grid ESO has told renewables and energy infrastructure developers to "get on, get back or get out" of the UK grid connection queue, as it today set out reforms designed to speed up waiting times...

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