12 Sep 2011 02:09:58
ENER-G business guide to Electricity Market Reform
The government's Electricity Market Reform (EMR) white paper is designed to de-carbonise electricity regeneration, but proposals are widely predicted to increase energy bills in the short to medium term prior to an intended long-term pay off towards 2030.
The first effects of EMR could be felt by energy users as early as 2013. ENER-G has published a quick business guide to EMR on what organisations need to know about the proposals, and how they might affect their businesses.
Mark Alston, general manager of ENER-G Procurement, said: "The EMR proposals represent a very significant shift in how the electricity market will function. It may well bring major changes to contracts and rebalance prices. Our guide provides an overview of proposed reform and recommended steps business customers could take in readiness for reform."
This is the first of an on-going series 'A Quick Guide to...' that will keep energy managers abreast of the latest developments in the energy industry, offering practical recommendations on how to manage any outcomes. The next in the series, 'A Quick Guide to Electricity Network Charges' will be published soon.
To request copies of future quick guides, send an enquiry.
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