From TuS reader Golfnut, yesterday, the above which he suggests:
UK gov figures show exports of electricity as being 16 TWH, which just happens to be the same figure for Scotland.
Statista has it as:
In 2021, electricity exports from the United Kingdom amounted to 4.17 terawatt-hours, the third largest figure reported in the 21st century.https://www.statista.com/statistics/323379/electricity-export-volumes-in-the-united-kingdom-uk/#:~:text=Electricity%20exports%20in%20the%20United%20Kingdom%20(UK)%202000%2D2021&text=In%202021%2C%20electricity%20exports%20from,in%20the%2021st%20century
The FT has this also modest figure of less than 2 TWh:
So, where are the other TWh going? To homes and businesses across RUk?
And, what’s it worth? Well in 2021, UK electricity imports cost $3.2 billion so, the current exports based on Scottish production are worth several billions. Are they in the GERS figures when the line goes from England to France?