Short Term Operating Reserve (STOR) Post Tender Reports

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2021-07-20

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If demand ends up being greater than forecast, or there is unforeseen generation unavailability, extra sources of power may be needed to manage the system. One form of reserve that is used to manage this is Short Term Operating Reserve (STOR), which runs from 20 mins - 4 hours after a frequency event occurs. These tender results show the outcome of the associated tender round for every STOR year available in that tender round.


Please Note: This datafeed is no longer being updated as we are not currently procuring STOR. More information about the future of STOR tenders can be found here: https://www.nationalgrideso.com/balancing-services/reserve-services/short-term-operating-reserve-stor

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STOR Tender 39 Results

This file gives the results for the 39th tender round. Providers submit their prices for availability and utilisation during these tenders. We consider the value and costs of each submitted tender, and compare these with the economic costs of procuring the same volume of reserve from alternative sources. In addition, we may also consider a number of other factors, including the historic reliability and geographical location of a unit or site.

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STOR Tender 38 Results

This file gives the results for the 38th tender round. Providers submit their prices for availability and utilisation during these tenders. We consider the value and costs of each submitted tender, and compare these with the economic costs of procuring the same volume of reserve from alternative sources. In addition, we may also consider a number of other factors, including the historic reliability and geographical location of a unit or site.

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STOR Tender 37 Results

This file gives the results for the 37th tender round. Providers submit their prices for availability and utilisation during these tenders. We consider the value and costs of each submitted tender, and compare these with the economic costs of procuring the same volume of reserve from alternative sources. In addition, we may also consider a number of other factors, including the historic reliability and geographical location of a unit or site.

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STOR Tender 36 Results

This file gives the results for the 36th tender round. Providers submit their prices for availability and utilisation during these tenders. We consider the value and costs of each submitted tender, and compare these with the economic costs of procuring the same volume of reserve from alternative sources. In addition, we may also consider a number of other factors, including the historic reliability and geographical location of a unit or site.

.XLSX

STOR Tender 35 Results

This file gives the results for the 35th tender round. Providers submit their prices for availability and utilisation during these tenders. We consider the value and costs of each submitted tender, and compare these with the economic costs of procuring the same volume of reserve from alternative sources. In addition, we may also consider a number of other factors, including the historic reliability and geographical location of a unit or site.

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STOR Tender 34 Results

This file gives the results for the 34th tender round. Providers submit their prices for availability and utilisation during these tenders. We consider the value and costs of each submitted tender, and compare these with the economic costs of procuring the same volume of reserve from alternative sources. In addition, we may also consider a number of other factors, including the historic reliability and geographical location of a unit or site.

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STOR Tender 33 Results

This file gives the results for the 33rd tender round. Providers submit their prices for availability and utilisation during these tenders. We consider the value and costs of each submitted tender, and compare these with the economic costs of procuring the same volume of reserve from alternative sources. In addition, we may also consider a number of other factors, including the historic reliability and geographical location of a unit or site.

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STOR Tender 32 Results

This file gives the results for the 32nd tender round. Providers submit their prices for availability and utilisation during these tenders. We consider the value and costs of each submitted tender, and compare these with the economic costs of procuring the same volume of reserve from alternative sources. In addition, we may also consider a number of other factors, including the historic reliability and geographical location of a unit or site.