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Regional Breakdown of FES: Distributed generation greater than 1 MW

Table Information

scenario

Title FES Scenario
Type string
Description The scenario to which this data corresponds.
Comment LW: Leading the Way CT: Consumer Transformation ST: System Transformation SP: Steady Progression CF: Central Forecast
Example SP
Unit N/A

tech

Title Technology Type
Type string
Description The type of generation technology represented by this entry.
Comment
Example Hydro
Unit N/A

year

Title Year
Type integer
Description Two character value indicating the year that this data relates to i.e. "20" = 2020, "50" = 2050.
Comment Capacity is assumed to be present for the winter starting in the stated year.
Example 20
Unit N/A

etys_location

Title Location
Type string
Description Connection location to the electricity system.
Comment Short code names are used for GSPs i.e. "ABTH_1" for Aberthaw 132kV.
Example ABTH_1
Unit N/A

capacity

Title Capacity of Distributed Generation
Type number
Description Total aggregate capacity of distributed generation equal or greater than 1 MW of this technology type associated with this location.
Comment
Example 10
Unit MW

wintpk

Title Forecast output at winter peak demand
Type number
Description Forecast output at winter peak demand.
Comment Winter Peak is a view of peak demand between the hours of 17:00 and 18:00 – typically November-February on a week day.
Example 10
Unit MW

summam

Title Forecast output at summer minimum morning demand
Type number
Description Forecast output at summer minimum morning demand.
Comment Summer Minimum AM is a view of demand between 0500-0600, typically in June-August on a Summer Sunday morning.
Example 1.5
Unit MW

summpm

Title Forecast output at summer minimum afternoon demand
Type number
Description Forecast output at summer minimum afternoon demand.
Comment Summer Minimum PM is a view of demand between 13:00-1400, typically June-August, Summer Sunday afternoon. This period is interesting to study as, whilst not being as low as the morning demand, high solar output will create a low demand on the transmission network.
Example 2.7
Unit MW