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Out ta Get Me: the changing face of energy non-commodity costs

Dan Starman Senior Consultant

Energy third party charges (TPCs) or non-commodity costs (NCCs) – the non-energy costs, such as government clean energy schemes and network operation costs, included in the energy bill – are in a period of significant fluctuation, with a combination of regulatory reform and demand hibernation driving substantial change in our forecasts for the current and upcoming charging years. In this Energy Perspective we reflect upon the changing drivers underpinning over half of the electricity bill. Rocket Queen When I first ...

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