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June 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. The week in flexibility kicked off fairly subdued, delivering subdued pricing on Monday, failing to reach higher than £52.90/MWh in the morning. But by the end of the week, the market could be described as anything but quiet.

Onshore wind has caused much debate in the last decade. The glut of development approvals in the late noughties – fueled by the promise of ROCs and, at times generous, FIT subsidies – saw them pop up prolifically across the UK.

Each week, we take a look at the week in flexibility trading that has just been, and at what’s next. Enjoy our latest instalment: After a week like last, when the country was being buffeted by strong winds and heavy rain many of us are asking when will summer start?

Limejump's Virtual Power Platform enjoyed success at the annual Renewable Energy Association's prestigious awards, celebrated at the Intercontinental Hotel Park Lane in London last night (12 June 2019).

  Each week, we take a look at the week in flexibility trading that has just been, and at what's next. Enjoy our latest instalment: Let’s address this right away, last Friday provided the world of flexible energy trading with a jolt of excitement.

  Leading energy tech company Limejump has signed a new flexible Power Purchase Agreement with Alphagen Renewables, which develops and operates small to medium scale landfill gas to energy projects. Limejump will manage six of Alphagen Renewables’ operations in the UK, including the Docking Biogas plant in Norfolk, through its pioneering Virtual Power Platform (VPP).

Each week, we take a look at the week in flexibility trading that has just been, and at what's next. Enjoy our latest instalment. Last week closed with a rush of activity; First, on Friday – as we celebrated a new record for weeks coal-free energy generation – the France-UK interconnector tripped, causing frequency in the UK to drop to 49.63Hz.