The Future of London’s Power Supply

June 2014: “This report, commissioned by the City of London and authored by Stephen Jones Associates and South East Economics sets out the issues that London’s economy will face in meeting future rising power demands in the form of a road map. The road map is supported by materials set out in the report and provides a summary of the wider policy issues, London-specific issues and a timeline of key events.”

Various points made in the report include:

  • It is anticipated that over the next thirty years there will be large increases in electricity demand in London. In the context of rising electricity prices, this may significantly impact end user bills.
  • This report has been commissioned in support of the Greater London Authority (GLA) Long Term Infrastructure Investment Plan which will set out London’s strategic infrastructure requirements to 2050 across the main aspects of infrastructure including energy.
  • Page 20 onwards of the report provides a useful summary of UKPN’s projections for London electricity demand growth over the period to 2030

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