BEIS provides update on electricity transmission projects
The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has published its latest major projects status update for electricity transmission.
6th April 2018 by Networks
The updates provide information for stakeholders on the progress of all the major electricity transmission projects identified by GB’s transmission owners.
All but two of the projects under construction are on track to be delivered within six months of the transmission owner delivery date. There were no major changes to any projects. There were minor changes to three projects under construction, and eight projects at earlier stages.
Since February 2012, major electricity transmission projects have delivered 8.35GW of network capacity.
You can read the latest update here.
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