Hi Matt, all
Just for clarification, this new provision applies to Great Britain but not Northern Ireland. Data from Northern Ireland will continue to appear on the ENTSO‑E Transparency Platform.
For those not following the Brexit
process in much detail, the "boundary" between the European
Union and the United Kingdom effectively runs down the Irish Sea
and not along the land border between the Republic of Ireland
and Northern Ireland.
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Also – if it helps to provide an alternate source of the data for the GB electrical system (which is from National Grid and Elexon) – although not structured into onshore and offshore wind – only wind as a total (and solar) and the usual fuel types from the BMRS
It is a single file each of raw data and cleaned data
This is updated monthly – and has been parsed to provide an ISO 8601 UTC and local time datetime stamp rather than the settlement period data
Also published under CC-BY-NC-4.0. (non-commercial as this is a clause from Elexon)
Note – although the data should align with the ENTSOE-E submissions from national grid – the last time I checked – it did not always do so. I’ve never known why – it is one of the data mysteries for GB.
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