Joe
Camish

Senior Analyst

Phone: +44 (0) 1603 542147
Email: j.camish@cornwall-insight.com

Joe is an analyst in our wholesale team specialising on balancing services, primarily frequency response and reserve services, along with the Balancing Mechanism. This sees him lead the delivery of our GB Frequency Response Markets report focusing on Firm Frequency Response (FFR), and our BM service.

More widely, Joe also has knowledge of wholesale gas, power and commodity markets, both in GB and Ireland, publishing our weekly Irish Energy Market Bulletin.

Joe joined the team back in 2017, having graduated from the University of East Anglia to a masters level in Environmental Science, focusing on climate change and energy policy, UK energy generation, hydraulic fracturing and nuclear power

Latest thinking

Energy storage and flexibility

DNO to DSO: A work in progress

Last month the Electricity Network Association (ENA) published updated figures regarding the procurement of Distribution Network Operator (DNO) flexibility services. This is the latest update from the ENA since April this year, with the document highlighting the historical uptake of services across the DNO regions. The publication also provides projections...

Energy storage and flexibility

Frequency Response weekly auction trial summary report

National Grid ESO is now in the process of trialing weekly procurement of frequency response services. Cornwall Insight will be reporting and analysing on every stage of this trial, as it highlights the potential future for the procurement of balancing services to come.  The trial will test closer to real-time...

Energy storage and flexibility

Frequency Response weekly auction trial summary report

In line with National Grid ESO’s System Needs and Product Strategy (SNaPS) the ESO is now in the process of trialing weekly procurement of frequency response services. Cornwall Insight will be reporting and analysing on every stage of this trial, as it highlights the potential future for the procurement of...

Energy storage and flexibility

Under the microscope: The Frequency Response auction trial

In recent years National Grid ESO has consulted and worked with industry to identify improvements to its range of balancing services, in order to make them more applicable to the future networks challenges and opportunities. This first formed the publication of the System Needs & Product Strategy (SNaPS) document in...

Energy storage and flexibility

Frequency Response weekly auction trial summary report

In line with National Grid ESO’s System Needs and Product Strategy (SNaPS) the ESO is now in the process of trialing weekly procurement of frequency response services. Cornwall Insight will be reporting and analysing on every stage of this trial, as it highlights the potential future for the procurement of...

Low carbon generation

The GB nuclear power policy merry-go-round?

Over the past 30 years successive governments have sought to create a policy framework to accommodate investment in nuclear power in competitive wholesale markets: Following a long-running public enquiry Sizewell B is the last nuclear power station to be commissioned pre-privatizationThe Conservative Party 1987 manifesto committed to privatise the electricity...