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Issue 830 | DCP319 Removal of Residual Charging for Embedded Generators in the CDCM

Issue 830 | DCP319 Removal of Residual Charging for Embedded Generators in the CDCM

Josephine Lord Josephine Lord Consultant

1 Assessment & recommendation Northern Powergrid raised DCP319 Removal of Residual Charging for Embedded Generators in the CDCM on 11 May, which seeks to ensure that embedded generators charged under the common distribution charging methodology (CDCM) are not subject to network residual charges for either demand or generation. This would have a particular impact on battery storage providers as they currently pay residual charges on their demand usage, with a smaller impact on other embedded generators for any import energy that they require. The proposer argues that exposing generators to residual demand charges is not appropriate because they are being charged for ...

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