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May 2019

Each week, we take a look at the week in flexibility trading that has just been, and a look at what's next. Enjoy our latest instalment. It’s been a busy week in flexibility trading world. The sunny week gave way to an unprecedented renewable generation mix for market trading. First the coal-free record was broken again on Saturday (now over 10 days and counting).

  Each week, we take a look at the week in flexibility trading that has just been, and a look at what's next. Enjoy our latest instalment. The week kicked off with strong input from solar and wind. Monday’s solar output reached 9.47GW at around noon, surpassing a previous high of 9.38GW from May 2017.

  Rob Sherwood, Head of Trading and Operations at Limejump Recently we received National Grid ESO’s latest annual Power Responsive Report. The report provides an overview of programme activities, industry developments, and – for our statistical indulgence – detailed market metrics from the last year.

Each week, we take a look at the week in flexibility trading that has just been, and a look at what's next. Enjoy our latest instalment. Last week started on a huge high as the UK cantered towards a whole week without coal generation. Not only were we smashing the previous record of no coal usage (and it is worth remembering that it was only set last month).

Each week, we take a look at the week in flexibility trading that has just been, and a look at what's next. Enjoy our latest instalment. It’s a record-breaking moment right now. A date for the diary. As we write this the UK electricity network has functioned without coal utilisation since 11 am on May 1stbreaking the previous record for the number of consecutive hours powered without coal, currently at 146 and building.