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Decision on principles of use for RIIO-2 Associated Documents

We are publishing our decision on the principles of use for RIIO-2 Associated Documents.

Alongside our RIIO-2 Informal Licence Drafting Consultation, we consulted on the RIIO-2 principles of use for Associated Documents.  In our consultation we described Associated Documents as documents that are created under the licence conditions that supplement those conditions and are subordinate to them. They are important for licensees subject to the RIIO-2 price controls as they provide information, requirements and guidance that are not proportionate for inclusion in the licence conditions.

We have received views on our principles of use for Associated Documents and we have taken on board representations and suggestions and reflected them in our decision on the principles of use.

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Price Control Deliverable Reporting Requirements and Methodology Document: Version 1

This document sets out the regulation, governance and administration of the RIIO-2 Price Control Deliverables and will take effect from 1 April 2021.

We have consulted on the Price Control Deliverable Reporting Requirements and Methodology Document for the implementation of RIIO-2. We have received views on our drafts of the Price Control Deliverable Reporting Requirements and Methodology Document and have taken into consideration those comments within the final publication.

This document and its content is in line with our Final Determinations.

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Re-opener Guidance and Application Requirements document

This document sets out the regulation, governance and administration of the RIIO-2 Re-openers and will take effect from 1 April 2021.

We have consulted on the Re-opener Guidance and Application Requirements document for the implementation of RIIO-2. This should be read in conjunction with Special Condition 9.4 (Re-opener Guidance and Application Requirements Document) of the Gas Transporter and Electricity Transmission licences.

We have received views on our drafts of the Re-opener Guidance and Application requirements document and have taken into consideration those comments within the final publication.

This document and its content is in line with our Final Determinations.

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Fuel Poor Network Extension Scheme (FPNES) Governance Document

This document sets out the regulation, governance and administration of the RIIO-2 FPNES and will take effect from 1 April 2021.

We have consulted on the FPNES Governance Document for the implementation of RIIO-2. This should be read in conjunction with Special Condition 3.14.

We have received views on our drafts of the FPNES Governance Document and have taken into consideration those comments within the final publication.

This document and its content is in line with our Final Determinations.

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Vulnerability and Carbon Monoxide Allowance (VCMA) Governance Document

This document sets out the regulation, governance and administration of the RIIO-2 VCMA and will take effect from 1 April 2021.

We have consulted on the VCMA Governance Document for the implementation of RIIO-2. This should be read in conjunction with Special Condition 5.4.

We have received views on our drafts of the VCMA Governance Document and have taken into consideration those comments within the final publication.

This document and its content is in line with our Final Determinations.

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Statutory guidance: Feed in Tariffs (FITs) determinations

Published 26 February 2013
Last updated 26 February 2021 + show all updates

  1. Feed in Tariffs (FITs) determinations – Year 12 (1 April 2021 to 31 March 2022) added.

  2. FITs determinations for Year 11 published.

  3. Year 10 FiTs Determinations published

  4. FITs year 9 determinations published

  5. Updated FIT’s determination.

  6. Latest determination published.

  7. Latest determination published.

  8. Latest determinations published.

  9. First published.

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Transparency data: BEIS: workforce management information, January 2021

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Consultation outcome: Warm Home Discount Scheme 2021 to 2022

Having considered the responses, we intend to proceed with the proposed one-year extension of the Warm Home Discount scheme, and to implement the key proposals in the consultation.

This includes maintaining:

  • the current rebate amount of £140
  • Core and Broader Group eligibility criteria
  • energy supplier participation thresholds

We will also introduce some changes to the scheme operation and Industry Initiatives, such as:

  • a cap on the individual energy debt write-off allowed
  • the removal of restrictions on providing financial assistance to households eligible under the Core and Broader Groups
  • requiring provision of smart meter advice as part of Industry Initiatives
  • introducing consumer protection requirements for boiler and central heating system installations under industry initiatives through registration with TrustMark

The only proposals we do not intend to take forward are:

  • the introduction of technical monitoring for boilers and central heating systems installed or repaired under the scheme, as auditing will be covered by TrustMark registration
  • the requirement on failing energy suppliers to report on paid and unpaid Core and Broader Group customers and Industry Initiatives spending, as similar outcomes will be achieved by newly introduced Customer Supply Continuity Plans under Ofgem’s Supplier Licensing Review

Subject to Parliamentary approval of the amending legislation, the regulations covering the new scheme year will take effect in the summer and provide continuity for winter 2021 to 2022. While the regulations will come into force after the usual start of the scheme year, we intend Industry Initiatives spending to count towards non-core obligations from 1 April 2021, as long as they are subsequently approved by Ofgem.

As outlined in the Energy White Paper 2020, we intend to consult later this year on the future of the scheme beyond 2022, including on reforms to better target fuel poverty.

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Open consultation: Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive: ensuring a stable scheme

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Norfolk Vanguard East Limited- Notice of grant of an electricity generation licence

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 6A(5) OF THE ELECTRICITY ACT 1989 OF THE GRANT OF AN ELECTRICITY GENERATION LICENCE

The Gas and Electricity Markets Authority (“the Authority”) hereby gives notice pursuant to section 6A(5) of the Electricity Act 1989 (“the Act”) that on 26 February 2021 an electricity generation licence was granted under section 6(1)(a) of the Act to Norfolk Vanguard East Limited (company number 12476373) whose registered office is situated at First Floor, 1 Tudor Street, London, EC4Y 0AH, United Kingdom, authorising it to generate electricity in the area specified in Schedule 1 for the purpose of giving a supply to any premises or enabling a supply to be so given.

A copy of this licence is available from the Ofgem Library, 10 South Colonnade, Canary Wharf, London, E14 4PU or by email at foi@ofgem.gov.uk.  

David Hall

Duly authorised on behalf of the Authority