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November 2017Forecasts

Global Energy Markets Forecasts – 2017 Q4

Along with brief commentary on market movements over the past quarter, our Global Energy Markets Forecast Q4 presents Aurora’s outlook to 2035 for global energy markets
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November 2017Research notes

GB Wind Farm Performance Summary – October 2017

Aurora’s Wind farm performance summary provides a monthly snapshot of financial and operating performance for individual wind farms on the GB electricity grid. We collate, clean, and ...
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November 2017Research notes

GB Plant Performance Summary – October 2017

Aurora’s Power plant performance summary provides a monthly snapshot of financial and operating performance for individual plants on the GB electricity grid. We collate, clean, and process ...
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November 2017Research notes

GB Company Performance Report – October 2017

Aurora’s Company performance report presents a summary of the operational and financial performance of all major participants in the GB wholesale power market. The key statistics include ...
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November 2017Research notes

GB System Performance Report – October 2017

Aurora’s System performance report provides a monthly snapshot of key operating characteristics for the GB power system. Which fuels are most used? Which power plants most profitable? How ...
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November 2017WebEx

Outlook for flexible generators in the GB market – Friday 10 November 2017

In this Webex session, leaders from Aurora’s research and consulting teams will seek to address a number of questions, drawing on detailed analysis from our market-leading Distributed and ...
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November 2017Research notes

GB Balancing Mechanism Summary – October 2017

Aurora’s Flexibility Market Summary provide a concise monthly review of recent events in key markets for flexible technologies. The initial focus is on the balancing mechanism and firm ...
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3 November 2017   |   Utility Week

Flexible capacity to exceed 25GW by 2030

"Flexible capacity from batteries, peaking plants and demand-side response is set to reach more than 25GW by 2030, according to Aurora Energy Research. The firm says the rise of intermittent renewables - which undermine the profitability of large baseload generators but still require backup power - will push annual revenues from flexibility to nearly £3 billion by the end of the next decade."

October 2017CommentaryFeatured

Market for flexible power generation in Britain set to grow rapidly to 25GW by 2030

Aurora’s Battery Storage and Flexibility Conference considers the risks and opportunities facing providers of flexible power capacity.
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October 2017Research notes

German Plant Performance Summary – September 2017

Aurora’s power plant performance summary provides a monthly snapshot of financial and operating performance for individual plants on the German electricity grid. We collate, clean, and ...
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Rethinking energy