Consultation on our assessment of IFA, BritNed and Nemo Link’s pilot project and interim period cost recovery submissions under the Capacity Allocation and Congestion Management (CACM) Regulation

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In August 2019, we decided on the approach to cost sharing and cost recovery under the Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/1222 on Capacity Allocation and Congestion Management (the “CACM Regulation”). That decision allowed for the recovery of efficiently incurred, reasonable and proportionate development and operational costs through Transmission Network Use of System (“TNUoS”) payments, for both the CACM pilot project period and the interim period. We subsequently received submissions of pilot and interim period costs from IFA, BritNed and Nemo Link.

This consultation sets out our minded-to position on the amounts for recovery through TNUoS charges following our assessment of IFA, BritNed and Nemo Link’s submissions of pilot and interim period costs, under the CACM Regulation. IFA and BritNed’s submissions include costs which were incurred during both periods, whereas Nemo Link’s submission covers costs incurred during the interim period. We are seeking views on our minded to position ahead of reaching a final decision in January 2021. We welcome responses on our minded-to position from any interested parties.

If you wish to respond to this consultation, please send your views to Mertcan.Agir@ofgem.gov.uk by 23 December 2020.