ESO separation drives transformational change in the UK energy sector

With the help of Capgemini Invent, ESO becomes a legally separate entity within the National Grid Group

Following an innovative separation programme, the National Grid Electricity Systems Operator (ESO) became an independent organisation, overcoming political uncertainty, managing regulatory changes, and adapting to changing market needs

Client Challenge

BEIS, Ofgem & National Grid agreed to separate the ESO to adapt to changing customer and industry expectations, remove conflicts of interest and provide greater ESO independence and market transparency

Solution-at-a-glance

Following an innovative separation programme, the ESO became an independent organisation, overcoming political uncertainty, managing regulatory changes, and adapting to changing market needs

Results

  • Delivery of a legally separate ESO within the National Grid Group
  • Greater independence and transparency within the electricity market
  • Quicker adaption to changing market needs and new technologies
  • Facilitation of new a strategy, direction, and role for the newly separated ESO

 

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The legal separation of national grid ETO and ESO; opportunity for the transmission customers

ESO separation drives transformational change in the UK energy sector

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