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Issue 869 | CUSC Modifications Panel

Issue 869 | CUSC Modifications Panel

CUSC Modifications Panel 28 June 2019 Robert Longden Assessment 1 = Critical Issue; 2 = Significant Commercial Impact; 3 = Intermediate Commercial Impact; 4 = Modest Commercial Impact; & 5 = No Obvious Commercial Impact. Attendees: Chaired by Trisha McAuley (Independent Chair), assisted by Jon Wisdom and Rachel Hinsley (National Grid). There were 10 Panel members at the meeting, including Robert Longden (Cornwall Insight). Headlines One new modification proposal was raised: CMP319 Consequential Changes to Section 11 of the CUSC as a Result of CMP280/ CMP281 . This is required to align Section 11 of the CUSC with CMP 280 Creation of a New Generator TNUoS Demand Tariff which Removes Liability for TNUoS Demand Residual Charges from Generation and Storage Users and CMP281 Removal of BSUoS Charges from Energy Taken from the National Grid System by Storage Facilities , if they are approved. The primary change under CMP319 would be the incorporation and definition of “storage” as a class. The modification will be considered at a special Panel meeting on 8 July, once the final legal text for CMP280 and 281 is available The Panel accepted the workgroup report for CMP280/281 (with a caveat on legal text completion) and directed that it proceed to the code administrator Consultation stage Ofgem has sent back CMP303 Improving L ocal C ircuit C harge C ost - reflectivity . Ofgem has two principal concerns with the report: that the workgroup has not undertaken sufficient analysis, and the legal text is not sufficiently robust. The Panel has placed CMP303 at the top of the priority stack, with a view to resubmission as soon ...

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