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Issue 607 | CUSC

Issue 607 | CUSC

Adam Boorman Adam Boorman Senior Regulatory Analyst

CUSC Modifications Panel 27 May 2016 Headlines Two new modifications were introduced seeking to stop transmission Triad benefits for embedded generators. Both will be progressed by workgroup: –      CMP264 Embedded Generation Triad Avoidance Standstill would halt benefits for new embedded generators commissioned after June 2017 pending the outcome of Ofgem considerations; and –      CMP265 Gross Charging of TNUoS for HH Demand where Embedded Generation is in the Capacity Market would stop halt benefits for those embedded generators in the capacity market at April 2020. The Panel voted to recommend a 200 day notice period for ...

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