CMP227: Change the Generation Demand split of TNUoS charges, for example to 15 (Generation) 85 (Demand)

Under the current structure of the TNUoS charges, the total amount of allowed revenue to be recovered is split between generators and suppliers in the ratio of 27:73, this is referred to as the G:D split. CMP227 aims to change the G:D split, reducing the proportion of TNUoS charges paid by generators to a suggested ratio of 15:85, which corresponds with the approach modelled under Project TransmiT.

Modification status: Concluded

Last updated: 18 June 2020

Code Administrator Contact: Jade Clarke - [email protected]

Governance Route: Self-Governance 

Impacts:

* High: All parties which are liable for TNUoS charges

Rejected