On Monday 11 September, Ofgem published an open letter on strategic transmission charging reform. The letter sets out the regulator’s initial thinking on the future role and design of electricity transmission network charging within the wider context of fundamental system change and policy reform, such as that being considered as part of the government’s Review of Electricity Market Arrangements (REMA).
In a joint release issued on Thursday 24 August, RenewableUK, Solar Energy UK, and Scottish Renewables announced the publication of a Cornwall Insight (CI) report that has found that a different approach in Ofgem’s aims to reform electricity markets could be achieved without risking investment in renewable energy.
On Thursday 3 August, the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) announced that it has published proposals for electricity system operations reform under the Review of Electricity Market Arrangements (REMA) in its report titled Finding the Balance for a Net Zero Future.
On Wednesday 28 June, the REA (Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology) published its Review of Electricity Market Arrangements (REMA) report, Enabling a secure, flexible, and decarbonised electricity market fit for the future.
On Wednesday 14 June, Citizens Advice published a report, It’s all about location – Will changing the way we price electricity deliver for consumers?, which reflects on the case for implementing locational pricing as a way to reform the current electricity market, and the risks that are to be considered if this pricing method is to be incorporated.
On Thursday 27 April, Ofgem published an open letter providing an update on priorities for electricity network charging and connection reforms.