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Project TransmiT : Academic Review of Transmission Charging Arrangements

Bell, Keith and Green, Richard and Kockar, Ivana and Ault, Graham and McDonald, Jim (2011) Project TransmiT : Academic Review of Transmission Charging Arrangements. [Report]

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Abstract

This report has been commissioned by the Gas and Electricity Markets Authority in support of the ‘Project TransmiT’ initiative, a review of transmission charging and associated connection arrangements. The terms of reference of this report are reproduced in Appendix 1. The objectives of Project TransmiT are to ensure that we have in place charging arrangements that facilitate the timely move to a low carbon energy sector whilst continuing to provide safe, secure, high quality network services at value for money to existing and future consumers.