U.K.’s National Grid opens world’s first tender for one-second frequency regulation

National Grid, the U.K.’s transmission operator and bearer of balancing responsibilities for the U.K. grid, is now accepting bids toward a 200 MW procurement of a new type of frequency regulation service, called "enhanced frequency response." Frequency regulation is an ancillary service that help...

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