Consultation outcome

Feed-in Tariffs Licensees (Phase 2C)

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

This consultation has concluded

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Government Response to FITs Licensee

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Modifications to the standard conditions of electricity supply licences

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The Feed-in Tariffs (Amendment) Order 2013

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Original consultation

This consultation ran from to

Summary

Consultation with FITs Licensees (electricity suppliers) on technical aspects of the FITs scheme.

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Consultation description

As announced in the government response to Phase 2B of the FITs Comprehensive Review published in July 2012, DECC conducted a short consultation (known as Phase 2C) with FITs Licensees (electricity suppliers) on technical aspects of the FITs scheme.

The changes consulted on included: Licensee of Last Resort (LoLR), mutualisation, in-year entry for Voluntary FITs Licensees, and Ofgem’s enforcement powers. The resulting changes to the FITs Order and Supply Licence Modifications came into effect on 1 July 2013.”