Karim Anaya and Michael Pollitt wrote a report for National Grid Power Potential Project titled “Reactive Power Management and Procurement Mechanisms: Lessons for the Power Potential Project” that was published on National Grid website on 11 June 2018.
The Power Potential initiative is a customer funded project that is being implemented by National Grid and UK Power Networks. The aim of Power Potential is to introduce a market-based mechanism for reactive power using distributed energy resources (instead of the traditional transmission-connected generation) and additional network capacity. EPRG is one of the academic partners in this project.
The full text of the report can be read here