National Grid warns of Lower Capacity this Winter

National Grid has said recently that they will be running at a lower capacity threshold of 4%, compared to 5% last year and closer to 17% just three years ago. This reduction in capacity is mainly due to the closing of around 15 power stations since 2012.

They were quick to make clear that there would be no threat of blackouts and that provisions were being made including paying large energy users to switch off during cold winter nights.

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