National Grid Electricity Transmission

We have awarded funding to three National Grid Electricity Transmission projects.

Transmission & Distribution Interface (TDI) 2.0 (National Grid Electricity Transmission) - 2016

TDI 2.0 will demonstrate how services traditionally offered by transmission-connected generation to the SO (such as voltage stability and thermal capacity) can be provided by distribution-connected energy resources. The distribution company will effectively act as ‘gatekeeper’ in providing some of these services to the SO. The project will also examine how these new services interact with the existing commercial arrangements.

Off-grid Substation Environment for the Acceleration of Innovation Technologies (OSEAIT) - 2015

This project aims to modify an existing 400kV electricity substation into a field trial facility to host electricity related innovation projects in a live substation environment.  

Enhanced Frequency Control Capability - 2014

This project will develop and demonstrate an innovative package of tools to enhance the capability to deliver system frequency control.

You can find further information on the project and related documents in the publications and updates section below.

Publications and updates

  • Published: 15th Sep 2015
  • Reports and plans
  • 1 Associated documents
This is the Six Monthly Report delivered by National Grid Electricity Transmission on their Electricity Network Innovation Competition project, Enhanced Frequency Control Capability.

  • Published: 14th Jan 2015
  • Open letters and correspondence
  • 1 Associated documents
This direction sets the conditions of funding for National Grid Electricity Transmission's Project - Enhanced Frequency Control Capability (EFCC).

  • Published: 24th Nov 2014
  • Reports and plans
  • 4 Associated documents
These are all the non-confidential documents submitted by National Grid Electricity Transmission to the Electricity NIC for the project entitled Enhanced Frequency Control Capability on which our decision is based.