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Issue 852 | Ofgem decision: CMP275 Transmission Generator Benefits in the Provision of Ancillary and Balancing Services – Levelling the Playing Field

Issue 852 | Ofgem decision: CMP275 Transmission Generator Benefits in the Provision of Ancillary and Balancing Services – Levelling the Playing Field

Josephine Lord Josephine Lord Consultant

Ofgem decision: CMP275 Transmission Generator Benefits in the Provision of Ancillary and Balancing Services – Levelling the Playing Field 21 August 2018 Headline Assessment 1 Assessment & recommendation Ofgem issued its decision to reject CMP275 Transmission Generator Benefits in the Provision of Ancillary and Balancing Services – Levelling the Playing Field on 15 August. The proposal, raised by UK Power Reserve (UKPR), sought to introduce a principle of financial mutual exclusivity into the CUSC which would prevent Balancing Mechanism Units (BMUs) from accessing multiple sources of duplicate and overlapping revenue from ancillary services on the same asset. An alternative was raised by National ...

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