UK Future Energy Scenarios 

The UK Future Energy Scenarios document describes the scenarios used in our annual planning processes. It covers material previously included in the Gas Ten Year Statement but concentrates on the development of the scenarios and the assumptions behind them rather than the implications for the gas and electricity networks.

 

On 18 July 2013, National Grid held its 2013 Future Energy Scenarios conference in London where we released our 2013 UK Future Energy Scenarios (UK FES) document, which details our latest set of energy scenarios.

 

Below you will be able to download the UK FES 2013 document along with 4 short videos, highlighting some of the key messages from the document, and a 4 page summary of the document itself.

 

The presentations from the 2013 UK FES conference held on 18th July in London, along with the supporting workbook are available below.

Future Energy Scenarios

23 July 2013
UK Future Energy Scenarios 2013
23 July 2013
UK FES 2013 Summary
23 July 2013
UK FES Workbook
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23 July 2013
FES 2013 Videos
In order to make our scenarios as accessible as possible to all interested parties, we have created a series of short videos that deliver the highlights of the 2013 UK Future Energy Scenarios. These ...
22 July 2013
UK Future Energy Scenarios 2013 - Richard Smith
22 July 2013
Electricity Market Reform - Emily Bourne (DECC)
22 July 2013
Electricity Market Reform - Mark Ripley
22 July 2013
Energy Demand - Marcus Stewart
22 July 2013
Power Demand - Lauren Moody
22 July 2013
Gas Demand - Stephen Marland
22 July 2013
Energy Supply - Peter Parsons
22 July 2013
Power Supply - Lilian MacLeod
22 July 2013
Gas Supply - Simon Durk
22 July 2013
Future Network Development - Phil Sheppard
22 July 2013
Future System Operation - Craig Dyke
22 July 2013
Signposts to 2020 - Gary Dolphin
18 July 2013
UK FES Interactive Axioms Map
17 July 2013
Dispatch Model
 

Many of the files available to download on this page are Acrobat PDF files. To access these you will need Acrobat Reader which is available from the Adobe web site.