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Detail of outcome
The government will make the necessary legislative changes to:
- conduct the replacement T-1 auction
- allow capacity providers holding agreements greater flexibility in dealing with forthcoming milestones affected by the standstill period
- broaden Secretary of State’s discretion with regard to dealing with termination and non-completion notices
- ensure that suppliers are invoiced promptly and in full once the standstill period is over, and enable suppliers to make payments to the Electricity Settlements Company in the meantime
The Regulation Keeling Schedules
The instrument Electricity Capacity (No.1) Regulations 2019 amends in various respects the Electricity Capacity Regulations 2014 and the Electricity Capacity (Supplier Payment etc.) Regulations 2014. It also makes provision for the operation of the Capacity Market, to the extent possible, while State aid approval is sought.
August 2019 update
The Keeling Schedules on this page are out of date and no longer valid. Read the current Keeling Schedules for the Capacity Market Regulations.
Detail of feedback received
61 responses in total were received from a range of stakeholders, including:
- trade associations
- DSR providers
The majority of respondents were supportive of the proposals across each of the 4 areas and supported the government taking action to continue the operation of the capacity market during the standstill period to the greatest extent possible.
This consultation seeks views on changes to the Capacity Market in response to the recent judgment by the Court of Justice of the European Union, including conducting a replacement T-1 auction in Summer 2019 for delivery year 2019 to 2020.