Locational transmission losses proposals abandoned for now

Ofgem letter (3 pages, PDF) stating that it will not appeal a court ruling that it cannot approve any of the proposals for locational allocation of transmission losses in Great Britain (i.e. making Scottish and Northern generators bear a greater share of losses) because of timetable issues.

Ofgem notes that Balancing and Settlement Code parties can resubmit similar proposals to be considered on a fresh timetable, and promises to consult on possible changes to procedures to avoid the “inefficient and wasteful duplication of procedures without any obvious countervailing benefits” identified by the judge.

For further information or advice please contact Franck Latrémolière.

Filed under Electricity, Ofgem, UK courts.

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