Notice under Article 14(2) of the Electricity (NI) Order 1992 for the Power NI Electricity Supply Licence


Consultation opened on . Closing date at 17:00.


The Licence Modification Consultation proposes the addition of a new Et term to the Power NI Electricity Supply Licence.

The Utility Regulator publishes a Notice under Article 14(2) of the Electricity (NI) Order 1992 for the addition of a new Et term within Power NI’s electricity supply licence. 

The introduction of a new Et term is a result of the delivery of the Energy Bill Support Scheme and Alternative Fuel Payment. The proposed modification is to allow Power NI to recover the costs incurred in delivering this Government scheme.

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