Project duration: 2015 – 2018

Scenarios development
Regen are working with Western Power Distribution (WPD), UK Power Networks (UKPN) and Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) to develop detailed local scenario analysis for the future development of distributed energy. The growth potential of network connected renewable energy is examined, including electricity generation technologies, storage and disruptive demand technologies. Growth potential is analysed on a local geographic basis, down to primary and secondary substation areas, up to 2032, and against National Grid’s Future Energy Scenarios.

Our reports for WPD’s licence areas are now available:

WPD has published its reports on the licence areas, Strategic network investment, based on the growth potential data we provided, which assesses options for reinforcement and provides recommendations for ‘low regret’ investment.

Led by: Poppy Maltby

People on this project

Ray Arrell
Senior project manager
Ray’s is one of Regen's Senior Project Managers, continuing Regen’s work and understanding around…
Johnny Gowdy
Johnny is a director of Regen and leads the development of our commercial projects.…
Poppy Maltby
Senior project manager
Poppy is a Senior Project Manager at Regen working on future scenarios and energy…
Frankie Mayo
Senior energy analyst
Frankie works as an Energy analyst at Regen. He delivers the future energy scenario…
Joel Venn
Head analyst
As head analyst, Joel is responsible for leading and developing Regen’s analytical team, as…
Hazel Williams
Head of delivery
Hazel is responsible for Regen’s project delivery, leading on resourcing, quality assurance and developing…

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