Green Frog Trading buys our gas and trades out power. The traders focus entirely on maximising the income from our generating assets and minimising the cost of our fuel.
The first annual Capacity Market auction, a key policy of the Electricity Market Reform programme, took place in 2014 with the aim of securing the UK’s electricity supply at the lowest cost to consumers. When governments take this type of action, there are normally knock-on effects within the markets. Our trading analysts study these effects to ensure that in a tightening market, Green Frog Trading keeps us highly competitive.
We offer trading and despatch services to third-party clients.
8th May 2018
Funding secured by Green Frog Power – from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking, HSBC and NIBC Bank – will finance 11 new gas-fuelled sites to be built across the UK, from Plymouth to Newcastle. Once online, the power stations will help ensure the UK’s energy resilience, allowing renewable sources to contribute more power to the grid.
6th February 2018
Our latest 20MW embedded gas plant, at Cattedown Business Park in Plymouth, was completed ahead of time, with zero injuries.
Working closely with Green Frog Connect, the project was completed to tight timescales after winning a capacity market obligation in National Grid’s Early Auction on 3rd February 2017, for delivery by October 2017. Located on a challenging site, the plant occupies a site previously utilised as a tip for building material and a quarry. Despite the tight timescales, the site was generating and available for export from mid-September, and is now available to respond to Capacity Market Warnings issued by National Grid.