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P Energy Networks is re-energising its electricity network by using the latest technology to tap into renewable energy from wind turbines and hydro generation. SP held a trial in Galloway, Scotland, as part of the second phase of a world-leading project, to show how the range of smaller energy sources could be used to restore power in the unlikely event of a total or partial shutdown of the national electricity transmission system. The Distributed ReStart project ÔÇô a partnership of SP Energy Networks, National Grid ESO and specialist energy consultancy TNEI, and funded by the regulator Ofgem ÔÇô explores the use of distributed energy sources such as solar, wind or hydro, to kickstart the energy system.

Posted 
Jun 13, 2022
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