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Welcome to our latest quarterly market report. Within this report, we focus on several key market developments and influences: we look at some of the key events at the end of 2019, as well as ancillary markets, fundamentals and we take a peek at what we have seen so far this year.

  Welcome to our latest quarterly market report. In this report, we focus on several key market developments and influences, exploring key events, ancillary markets, fundamentals and a forward look at what we see coming up in the final quarter of this year.

  Alongside the colder climate, seasonal plans and parties, matching pyjamas and Christmas shopping, November to March is the only time for the UK energy industry to experience the three identified National Grid periods known as Triads. We have prepared this article as a guide for what to expect, and what Limejump has prepared in relation to these occurrences.  

  Limejump has again enjoyed success in the monthly FFR tender auction.  Limejump secured 34% of volume - 104MW of capacity across 17 Limejump-managed assets.

  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. Delivering 26 degrees, the sunny Sunday led to BBQs erupting across the nation. However, the system operator was busy turning down Scottish wind to manage system constrains.

  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. Over the early part of last week, we saw wind cause a lot of shakeup in the system.

  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. After the excitement of the previous week, it’s unsurprising that the last week seemed a little sedate in the world of flexibility.

  How can National Grid manage inertia in the short term, and what are the actions in play as a result of the August 9th blackouts? That’s the hot topic in the industry right now, and we discussed the options available with our Head of Trading and Operations, Rob Sherwood.

  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 last ten days combined to produce a bumper issue!  

  Welcome to our latest quarterly market report. Within this report, we focus on a number of key market developments and influences:  we explore commodity pricing fluctuations, market dynamics, what we see coming up in Q3 of 2019 and of course a number of new developments from the world of Limejump as we continue to develop the Future of Energy.

by Erik Nygard, CEO Limejump On Friday 9 August, just before 1700, National Grid oversaw a sharp system frequency drop following the trip of Little Barford gas-fired power station which was generating roughly 700MW at the time. This has been referred to on social media as the #powercut.

  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 balancing mechanism delivered action last week with Limejump managing 319 instructions across the week.

  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’s standout event, in the world of flexibility, was Wednesday’s System Price drop, prices plummeting to -£65.93/MWh on two consecutive settlement periods (22 and 23) as net imbalance volume was more than 600MWh long.

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 closed with quite a stir. Not only did we reach another milestone15 days coal-free, but on Thursday we also witnessed a significant static event.

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: This week we bring you an extended edition of our regular summarisation of the ups and downs in flexibility trading.

  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.