CMP432: Improve “Locational Onshore Security Factor” for TNUoS Wider Tariffs

This modification seeks to improve the cost reflectivity of the “Locational Onshore Security Factor” used in calculating Wider TNUoS tariffs, in order for charges to better reflect the way Transmission Owners plan for a secure future network based on the Security and Quality of Supply Standard requirements.

Modification status:
Current - Proposal Raised
Last updated:
18 April 2024

Code Administrator Contact: Claire Goult - [email protected]

Proposed Governance Route:  Standard  Governance 

Impacts: High impact on Generators and Suppliers

Code modification proposed by:
John Tindal, SSE