Energy network company annual reports 2018-19
Ofgem recently (07 February 2020) published the performance and financial annual reports for the 2018-2019 year for electricity distribution, gas distribution, electricity transmission and gas transmission network companies:
RIIO – Regulatory Finance Annex 2018-19.
Notes to Editors
RIIO stands for revenue = incentives + innovation + outputs. The price control for gas and electricity transmission and gas distribution networks began on 1 April 2013 and runs for eight years, to 2021. The price control for the electricity distribution network began on 1 April 2015 and runs for eight years, to 2023.
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