Understanding non-commodity costs

Sometimes known as third-party costs or pass-through charges, non-commodity costs (NCC) are made up of the other charges in an energy bill that aren’t for the electricity (the commodity) itself. NCCs already make up a large proportion of the average electricity bill and they’re set to increase.

Join experts at SSE Energy Solutions and Cornwall Insight to hear why costs are rising and learn how businesses can take advantage of opportunities to manage NCCs in their energy bills. Plus the opportunity to have your questions answered via a live panel discussion.

Presented by Dan Starman of Cornwall Insight and Tom Poole of SSE Energy Solutions.

  • Dan is Head of Assets & Infrastructure and Networks at Cornwall Insight and is responsible for delivering the company’s subscription product suite and training on the upstream side of the GB market. Since joining the consultancy in 2012, Dan has worked in a wide range of roles, including leading consultancy projects on generation asset due diligence, non-commodity cost forecasting, and local low carbon generation as a senior consultant, as well as working on policy and regulatory considerations and leading subscriptions in the retail market.
  • Tom is the Commercial Pricing Manager at SSE Energy Solutions, with over 15 years experience at SSE plc. Tom’s role includes running internal non commodity cost monthly meetings between Energy Economics, Commercial and Sales Teams.

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