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CMP280: Creation of a New Generator TNUoS Demand Tariff which Removes Liability for TNUoS Demand Residual Charges from Generation and Storage Users

The Modification aims to remove liability from Generator and Storage Parties for the Demand Residual element of the TNUoS tariff.

CMP280 was withdrawn by the original Proposer and in line with Section 8.16.10 of the CUSC the Modification has been adopted by Drax Power Limited.

Modification status: Current - Withdrawn

Last updated: 20 May 2020

Code Administrator Contact: Joseph Henry - [email protected]

Governance Route: Standard 

Impacts:

* Low: Suppliers: Any reduction in TNUoS Demand Residual charges paid by generators and storage operators will be recovered from the balance of parties liable to Demand TNUoS. However, the demand from generators and storage operators is small as a proportion of the total and most such parties can currently avoid Demand TNUoS charges by avoiding import at Triad; the impact is therefore expected to be minimal. Generators. Due to the €2.50/MWh cap applied by ER 838/2010 there should be no impact on Generator parties. National Grid. Changes will be required to the TNUoS billing systems to ensure that the new Generator TNUoS Demand tariff is applied to generator and storage parties.

Documents

Workgroup report

Code administrator consultation

Draft modification report

Final modification report