Governance in the Electricity Distribution Commercial Arrangements – Impact
Assessment

This Impact Assessment examines various governance mechanism options
and sets out Ofgem's minded to view on the most appropriate governance mechanism
and its views on the likely impacts of such an approach.

http://www.ofgem.gov.uk/ofgem/live-consultation/index.jsp

The
closing date for this consultation is 29 June 2005.

 

WEEE Directive - Proposed
Environment Agencies Fees

Government's proposals for Environment Agencies
fees for administering obligations under the WEEE Directive.

http://www.dti.gov.uk/consultations/consultation-1494.html

The
closing date for this consultation is 22 June 2005.

 

Consultation on
requests from Scottish generators for lifetime derogation against specific
Grid
Code conditions which have been raised in association with the introduction
of
BETTA

In
the run up to the introduction of the British Electricity Trading
and Transmission Arrangements (BETTA) on 1 April 2005, Ofgem received requests
for lifetime
derogation from certain generators against specific requirements
in
the Grid Code. Ofgem consulted the transmission licensees on these requests
and
granted
temporary derogation, until either September or December 2005,
against the Grid Code requirements prior to BETTA go-live, to enable wider
consultation
to be conducted on any derogation with long term effects. This
consultation invites views more widely from the industry in relation to these
requests.

http://www.ofgem.gov.uk/ofgem/live-consultation/index.jsp

The closing
date for this consultation is 7 July 2005.

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