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New controller will be part of overhaul to make the energy system ‘fit for the future’

Jonathan Brearley, Ofgem’s chief executive, said the UK requires a “revolution” in how and when it uses electricity to help meet its climate targets and added that the government’s plans for a new digital energy system were “essential” to meeting this goal “while keeping energy bills affordable for everyone”.
A National Grid spokesman said the company would “work closely” with the government and Ofgem on the role of a future system operator, as well as “the most appropriate ownership model and any future related sale”.

 

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Matt Chester on Jul 20, 2021

Was this an unexpected move? I hadn't heard about this potential development before

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