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Issue 455 | CMP240

Issue 455 | CMP240

Adam Boorman Adam Boorman Consultant

New modificationCMP240 Amending the Cancellation Charge Liability Within a CMP213 Judicial Review Period 21 November 2014 National Grid Electricity Transmission (NGET) raised CMP240 Amending the Cancellation Charge Liability Within a CMP213 Judicial Review Period on 20 November. This seeks to remove the need for generators to provide a year’s notice of a reduction in transmission entry capacity (TEC) or of a disconnection to avoid the Cancellation Charge in the period following a judicial review of Ofgem’s decision to approve CMP213 Project Transmit TNUoS Developments. It argues that the current Cancellation Charge arrangements assumes that generators will have a reasonable, ...

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