Tag: Embedded Benefit

ADBA calls on new BEIS Select Committee to review embedded benefits changes

We are still waiting to hear back from our joint letter to BEIS Secretary of State Greg Clark MP on embedded benefits that we submitted in April. In the meantime, ADBA has suggested to the ADE - who led on the letter – that we send a similar letter to…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, crop operators, food waste operators, renewable electricity, Ofgem, beis, greg clark, beis committee, embedded benefit, triad, network charging, thom koller

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Ofgem begin Significant Code Review

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Following consultation earlier in the year Ofgem has decided to launch a Targeted Charging Review (TCR) Significant Code Review (SCR), which will: Consider reform of residual charging for transmission and distribution, for both generation and demand, to ensure it meets the interests of consumers, both now and in future; and …

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, food waste operators, crop operators, renewable electricity, Ofgem, beis, greg clark, consultation, significant code review, triad payments, embedded benefit, tnuos, bsuos, cmp264, cmp265, network charging, thom koller

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Ofgem set out justifications for changes to Embedded Benefit charging

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Last week Ofgem published its response to its consultation on Embedded Benefits. This will affect all exisiting and new AD plants generating electricity. As indicated in their 'minded to' decision, Ofgem will press ahead with reducing the triad payment from £45/kW to £3-7/kW. This reduction is less…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, food waste operators, crop operators, Ofgem, embedded benefit, embedded generation, triad, cmp264, cmp265, consultation, thom koller

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Triad payments to end in 2021

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Following the consultation on Embedded Benefits: Consultation on CMP264 and CMP265 minded to decision and draft Impact Assessment Ofgem has today confirmed their ‘minded to’ position. You can read National Grid's explainer on the Triad payment system here. This change will reduce the triad embedded benefit…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, food waste operators, crop operators, consultation, Ofgem, triad payments, tnuos, embedded benefit, cmp264, cmp265, thom koller

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Making the case for protecting embedded benefits

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Ofgem is consulting on its ‘minded to’ decision on the two Connection and Use of System Code (CUSC) modifications raised that call for reform of certain “embedded benefits”, which include payments that some generators can receive for helping suppliers avoid transmission demand residual charges, i.e.…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, FIT, embedded benefit, triad payments, cmp264, cmp265, consultation, tnous, food waste operators, crop operators, thom koller

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ADBA calls for triad payments to be protected for small generators

ADBA today called for triad payments for small electricity generators to be protected following Ofgem’s announcement that it is minded to lower the payments that small embedded generators receive for producing electricity at peak times. The embedded benefit, which is a discount on transmission network charges received by…

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Tags: triad payments, small generators, electricity, embedded benefit, cusc, Ofgem, transmission, Charlotte Morton

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Ofgem issue intentions for embedded benefits

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Ofgem has published a consultation following two Connection and Use of System Code (CUSC) modifications raised to call for reform of certain “embedded benefits”, which include payments that some generators can receive for helping suppliers to avoid transmission demand residual charges, i.e. Triad payments. This consultation follows…

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Tags: Ofgem, embedded benefit, cmp264, cmp265, triad, consultation, tnuos, crop operators, food waste operators, capacity market, thom koller

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Ofgem agree to ADBA call for Impact Assessment on network charging proposals

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Over the summer Ofgem consulted on charging arrangements for embedded generation, proposing to reduce the Transmission Network Use of Service (TNUoS) demand residual payment to embedded generators. This change to electricity generators connected to the distribution network could result in an end to, or the reduction of, the triad…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, crop operators, food waste, network charging, embedded benefit, cmp264, cmp265, tnuos, triad, thom koller

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ADBA to defend embedded benefit

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Over the summer Ofgem has held a short ‘open letter’ consultation on embedded benefit, which expresses concern over Transmission Network Use of System (TNUoS) demand residual payments that “has increased significantly and is due to rise even further.” You can read the letter in full on…

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Tags: Ofgem, national grid, embedded benefits, triad, embedded benefit, tnuos, cmp264, cmp265, food waste operators, crop operators, anaerobic digestion, Matt Hindle, thom koller

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ADBA pushes to retain ‘embedded benefit’ payments for AD operators

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Earlier this week, I met Ofgem to discuss their open letter on changes to ‘embedded benefits’, which could ultimately reduce the ‘triad’ payment available to AD operators.  We have also joined other organisations including the Association for Decentralised Energy in a joint letter to BEIS…

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Tags: Ofgem, national grid, embedded benefits, embedded benefit, triad, tnuos, cmp264, cmp265, Matt Hindle, food waste operators, crop operators

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Reminder: have your say on reduced payments for peak power

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As I blogged two weeks ago, Ofgem are considering reducing 'embedded benefits' for electricity generators connected to the distribution network.  ADBA is meeting Ofgem on Wednesday next week to give our reaction to the plans - so if you want to make your voice heard, please let us know…

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Tags: Ofgem, embedded benefit, triad, anaerobic digestion, biogas, Matt Hindle

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