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Issue 840 | New DCUSA modification: DCP321 Removal of Residual Charging for Embedded Generators in the EDCM

Issue 840 | New DCUSA modification: DCP321 Removal of Residual Charging for Embedded Generators in the EDCM

Josephine Lord Josephine Lord Consultant

New DCUSA modification: DCP321 Removal of Residual Charging for Embedded Generators in the EDCM 20 July 2018 Headline Assessment 1 Assessment & recommendation Northern Powergrid raised DCP321 Removal of Residual Charging for Embedded Generators in the EDCM on 12 June, which seeks to ensure that embedded generators charged under the extra high voltage distribution charging methodology (EDCM) are not subject to network residual charges for either demand or generation. It follows the raising of a parallel proposal for the common distribution charging methodology (CDCM) in May, DCP319 Removal of Residual Charging for Embedded Generators in the CDCM (see Alert, 13/06/18). Both proposals would have a ...

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