National Grid is preparing for an extra 1,200 megawatts in demand, according to a Financial Times report. That’s the approximate equivalent of adding a million people to the grid.
“By one o’clock in the morning, this will possibly be the biggest night-time jump we have ever seen,” National Grid official Jeremy Caplin told the FT “It is certainly going to make our lives more interesting.”
The vote over whether to stay in the European Union has sharply divided the country and dominated headlines and airwaves.
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