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Issue 616 | Embedded Benefits

Issue 616 | Embedded Benefits

Embedded BenefitsOfgem Open letter: Charging arrangements for embedded generation 29 July 2016 Ofgem published an open letter on 29 July 2016 outlining their approach to future charging arrangements for embedded generation. The regulator is looking to prioritise changes to the demand residual element of Transmission Network Use of System (TNUoS) charges, which it sees as the biggest source of market distortion. Ofgem will not undertake a significant code review, but will rely on the existing change proposals to the triad charging regime to enable them to implement change in a timely manner. The open letter requests that stakeholders engage in the CUSC modifications and ...

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