Depending on whether you’re interested in how charges work now, or how they should work in the future; here we share the ways you can get involved in charging through forums, code modifications and industry reforms.
If you are unsure on what to get involved in, take a look at our Beginners Guide to Code Change pages, to see what most interests you.
At our annual forum our experts explain our various charges; how they’re forecast, calculated, billed and imminent industry modifications that will impact them.
Current proposed changes to charging methodologies
The charging methodologies are set out in Section 14 of the Connection and Use of the System Code (CUSC). You can get involved with discussions of draft proposals at the Transmission Charging Methodology Forum (TCMF), take a look at the current proposals to modify the CUSC, get involved in modification Workgroups, and have your say on proposals by responding to consultations.
Connection and Use of the System Code (CUSC) proposals
Transmission charging methodology forum and CUSC Issues Steering Group
Charging arrangements are fundamental to how the electricity market works to meet our energy needs. As we transition to a more decarbonised, decentralised, and digitised energy system, network charging arrangements need to evolve with it.
We'll be supporting industry with this change through the Charging Futures Forum -a place for industry to understand, collaborate, and shape the implementation of significant electricity network charging reform across the whole system.