- Embedded generation charges—a fairer deal?
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- What is the reasoning behind the proposed Connection and Use of System Code (CUSC) modifications?
- What effect do you anticipate the proposed CUSC modifications are likely to have?
- The open letter considers several options for transitional arrangements. In the event of any embedded benefit reform, what arrangements do you think are likely to be adopted?
- What effect do you think this current consultation will have on any future review of wider charging arrangements?
- Who is likely to be most affected by Ofgem’s proposed modifications to the embedded charging regime?
Environment analysis: Ofgem’s open letter considers potential changes to embedded generation charges. Dr Raphael Heffron, barrister at law and senior lecturer at Queen Mary University of London, argues that while the proposals will have short-term costs for market participants, it’s consumers who will benefit in the long run.
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