T-1 Capacity Market 2023-24

The T-1 Capacity Market (CM) auction for Delivery Year 2023-24 will take place on 14 February 2023, during a particularly challenging period for the GB energy system with prices rising to unprecedented levels and concerns over security of supply.

In this week’s ‘Chart of the Week’, we examine the range of existing generation capacity that could participate in the auction and its comparison to the procurement target.

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