Flows in the south and southeast are less than half the long-term average
The ONS, or National System Operator, reviewed its projections for accumulated Natural Affluent Energy in the second week of August.
The forecast for affluent natural energy remains below the long-term average in all submarkets.
The situation is better in the southeast/middle-west sub-market, where flows should be 75% of the long-term average, followed by the north, where they should be 61% of the long-term average. In the south and northeast, projections remain below the long-term average – 49% and 33% of the long-term average respectively.
Affluent natural energy is energy that can be obtained from natural river flows.