A relatively detailed examination of the prevailing charging regime is covered in this course and it explains how the construction, maintenance, and operation of network assets in GB are paid for – both on the transmission and distribution networks.
The course will cover:
- Evolution of the British Electricity Industry
- Market Elements (stakeholders involved in generating, trading, regulating, and balancing of electricity)
- Overview of all tariffs and costs (such as use of system costs applicable to users of transmission and distribution network)
- Examination of charging methodologies used on transmission and distribution networks (how are the tariffs derived)
- Proposed changes to the charging regulatory framework:
- Targeted charging review (TCR) / significant code review (SCR),
- Electricity network access project (ENAP),
- Balancing services use of system (BSUoS) Task Force, CUSC Modification Proposal 325 (CMP325)
Course duration: 1 day (could be arranged as two half days)
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Useful for: all industry stakeholders such as utilities, developers, engineers, students, regulators, academics.
What will I learn from this course? In this course you will learn detailed examination of the costs faced by generators in the electricity industry.
Pre-requisites: Some understanding of the electricity industry and of electricity markets will be useful but not essential.