Proposed Future Power Generation

The most economic UK source of energy is identified following fuel efficiency considerations, asset creation costs and adequate analysis of grid losses and plant performance figures. This leads to a preferred configuration of distributed generation. The technical aspects of operating a distribution network with and without national grid connections are discussed. Contingency provisions for electricity production are explained. Disposal of low grade heat into the community is assessed as beneficial to particular industries and particularly for large scale soil warming in agriculture and CO2 utilisation in Horticulture.