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Vital statistics for electricity distribution in England, Wales and Scotland
The figures below are approximate (for example they do not take proper account of IDNOs and out-of-area networks). They relate to 2014/2015 across England, Wales and Scotland.
The total net distribution revenue is about £5,987 million a year.
This includes £363 million attributable to network rates and £233 million attributable to transmission connection exit charges.
This total net distribution revenue can be analysed as:
- EDCM and similar charges £162 million.
- CDCM charges £5,860 million.
- less £36 million in CDCM generation credits.
The generation credit estimate is based on 7.6 billion units.
CDCM charges can be further analysed as:
- £2,997 million for supplying 109 billion units to 27 million domestic customers.
- £1,013 million for supplying 50 billion units to 2.3 million non half hourly businesses.
- £1,757 million for supplying 105 billion units to 0.1 million half hourly businesses.
- £93 million for supplying 4 billion units to “unmetered" customers.
Coincidence correction factors
CDCM coincidence correction factors
See also EDCM boundary, model generator and links.
Regulatory cost explosion statistics