What are Non-Commodity Costs?

These costs relate to the items on a bill which are not included in the wholesale energy cost. These can be split into three categories; 1) Renewable subsides - which help pay to decarbonise the energy system; 2) System and Network charges - which pay for the upkeep of the electricity network; and 3) Other taxes and levies.

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Informer Issue 546 - 18/01/2022

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This week's energy news headlines: A surge in demand for power could see market volatility continue for years ahead; The ScotWind offshore wind auction has been hailed as the start of a new era for the industry; Renewable generators are to pay back £39m under the CfD scheme.

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