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Recording | Exploring the impacts of Ofgem’s Network Charging Reforms

We are offering a recording of the webinar hosted on the 27 June in which we explained the latest developments from the largest reform of electricity network charging arrangements since market opening. Cornwall Insight experts discussed the rationale for the various reviews, summarise the position of the reform programmes, and provide insights on what the current thinking means for different classes of network users.

Details of the progress under the Targeted Charging Review, Network Access and Forward-Looking Charging Reform and the Balancing Services Charges Task Force will be given and our insights to how, as far is known at the moment, changes could impact transmission connected generation, distribution connected generation, domestic consumers and business consumers.

The session will concluded with a Q&A session with our experts.

Attendees will also receive an in-depth primer detailing the elements of network reform programmes, soft copies of the webinar materials, and a write-up of  questions and answer session.

Who is it for?

  • Developers and investors
  • Pricing analysts and strategists
  • Generation owners and operators
  • Large consumers and their representatives
  • Third Party Intermediaries 

Booking Information:

Price: £150 + VAT (for access to the session post-event)

Please book online or email us at training@cornwall-insight.com

Note: Participants will be provided with a web link of the session and be provided with a summary of the Q&A session 

Sorry there are currently no upcoming dates, please contact us on 01603 602115 or via email

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Introducing the GB energy market
GB energy retail competitive landscape
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