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Issue 976 | DCUSA Workgroup Meeting: DCP358 and DCP360

Josephine Lord Josephine Lord Consultant

DCUSA Workgroup Meeting: DCP358 Ofgem Targeted Charging Review Implementation: Determination of Banding Boundaries and DCP360 Ofgem Targeted Charging Review Implementation: Allocation to Bands and Intervention 11 May 2020 Assessment Headlines This was the final meeting of the workgroup. It reviewed the comments to the legal text made by the legal advisor and reviewed the workgroup reports for both modifications; separate workgroup reports will be presented to the May DCUSA Panel meeting prior to voting by Parties, which is planned to be conducted for three weeks from 21 May. Following the email sent to Ofgem by DCUSA Ltd to describe the impacts of COVID-19 on the suite of DCUSA TCR modifications, the workgroup discussed Ofgem’s request for more detailed information and materiality in the table of impacts. 1 Background This was a joint workgroup meeting for DCP358, raised by Electricity North West, and DCP360, raised by Western Power Distribution. The proposals set out the requirements and processes in respect of the banding arrangements for the residual elements of distribution use of system charges. A parallel proposal was raised in the CUSC for transmission network use of system residual charges by National Grid ESO, CMP332 Transmission Demand Residual Banding and Allocation. They are two of four DCUSA proposals raised to implement Ofgem’s Targeted Charging Review (TCR) decision. The other two proposals, DCP359 Ofgem Targeted Charging Review Implementation: Customers – Who Should Pay?, raised by Northern Powergrid (Northeast), and DCP361 Ofgem Targeted Charging Review Implementation: Calculation of Charges, raised by SP Distribution, are ...

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