I have corrected the ENWL CDCM data for 2019/2020 to match the model now available from ENWL’s website (I am not sure when they changed it, probably between 22 and 31 December 2017).
DNOs' CDCM charging data for 2019/2020 are now available from the spreadsheet model generator.
I have also added experimental waterfall chart tools.
EDCM tariffs from 2013 to 2020 are available from the EDCM tariffs page.
This site now has a motoring page.
This is to save me from having to constantly look up constants, conversion factors and basic statistics.
CDCM forecasting models incorporating November 2017 for all DNO areas are now available from the the CDCM forecast spreadsheet model generation page.
I have tidied up some old scripts to process loss adjustment factor data from ELEXON files. Publishable side-effects so far:
Ofgem has finally released documents showing why it rejected a proposal by ENWL to offer the use of its network as a virtual private network: see the bottom of this whatfotheyknow.com page.
Ofgem's distribution charging team seems to be placing Ofgem in breach of its Freedom of Information obligations.
See the home page for the up-to-date version of this map.
I have started to make some experimental workbooks to analyse the impact of CDCM data or rule changes available on this site, on the experimental CDCM impact analysis resources page.
I have tried to import data from the DNO's ARP and DCP 066A files into a form that I find easier to use.
The results are on the experimental CDCM forecasting resources page.
A National Grid company has applied for a distribution licence to operate a planned subsea cable to Shetland. See my licensed distributor information sheets.
The IDNO formerly known as Peel Electricity Networks is now Leep Electricity Networks (check the date: not April 1st).
I got so frustrated with the official DCUSA change proposal template that I ended up constructing my own template to collate the information needed to fill in that form.
Franck template for DCUSA change proposals June 2017 (Microsoft Word)
Here is my overview of power flows on the main distribution systems. Experimental guesswork.
I have put on I don't like DCP 228 a few maps showing some of the harm that Ofgem's approval of DCP 228 will be doing to distribution use of system charges from April 2018.
I have added some tariff count graphs to my compilation of EDCM tariffs page.
I have written up what I thought was odd about WPD West Midlands EDCM tariffs for Drayton Manor.
There is something odd about WPD West Midlands' EDCM tariffs for some Drayton Manor sites, perhaps linked to https://apps.stratford.gov.u … appkey=NJAJX2PM0B400.
Answering my own question: yes, DNOs have fixed their calculations of PC5-8 DUoS tariffs. Except perhaps UKPN SPN for LV Medium? 2Jan2017
Annual accounts of @Ofgem for 2014-2015 are out. The Brown/Cameron regulatory cost explosion continues. 25Jun2015