Can you afford not to be in the know? We currently use different combinations of delivery models across our activities to optimise efficient delivery. Deliverability We need to make decisions on delivery models, organisational structure and our preferred balance between cost and risk. More comprehensive information is available in the detailed annexes that comprise our overall plan. Comments from stakeholder workshops, March-May.
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Our business plan reflects grod resulting impact these changes will have on the gas transmission network. We have moved from stable supply and demand patterns that were relatively straightforward to predict, to a situation where flows from day-to-day, and increasingly within day, are constantly changing.
Can you afford not to be in the know? He has designed policies and initiatives to engage grod in the market and has used experimental approaches to test these policy interventions. We tiio proposed a series of regulatory mechanisms to adjust our revenue to reflect what actually happens. Government response to Smart Power Introduction In Octoberthe Chancellor of the Exchequer announced the creation of a National Infrastructure Commission, to produce a clear picture of the future.
Expanding and renewing the transmission network Many of our electricity assets in use today were built in the s or 60s and are now reaching the end of their useful technical lives. EMR consultation on industry code and licence modifications Government response: We utilise the NOMs methodology to indicate a replacement priority for our secondary assets.
In addition, over gas transmission staff are expected to leave or retire between now and To replace these people and further grow our workforce, we anticipate that we will recruit busienss train almost new employees by the end of the RIIO-T1 period. We have proposed an uncertainty mechanism to cater for this should bational material event occur. There has been a positive reaction to our Talking Networks process and the transparency with which we have developed our plan.
Mapping costs to outputs Following our July submission, Ofgem and our other stakeholders told us they wanted to see better linkage between our costs and outputs. Innovation will be a crucial tool in ensuring we can deliver the required investments efficiently.
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Outline of potential workstreams 3. Some highlights of the South Australia study include: Asset health activities, including maintenance and decommissioning of existing assets, drive non load-related activities, as does investment in telemetry, property and enhanced security at Critical National Infrastructure sites. We explain the key elements that contribute to the delivery of each output, including what we already do to deliver these and what we will do in the future.
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Business case procurement options Part B3: Along with our managing agents, we are committed More information. Thank you for the safest gas networks in the world.
It broadly More information. This may not always be the right approach as it does not consider future stakeholders needs. Potential Advantages of an Outsourced Service. Natioal UK has over.
National Grid Gas Transmission s RIIO-T1 business plan overview
Customer connections A connection to the NTS is essential for the input or offtake of gas; however, the provision of it does not entitle the connected party to take or deliver gas. Securing planning permission for our major infrastructure projects The Planning Act requires us to do more work earlier in the planning process including more engineering design and wider consultation before planning permission can be sought.
We have therefore developed a Whole Life Value process that focuses on all the different aspects of stakeholder needs on a systematic basis. Energy derived from More information.
Angus Energy in talks to buy ‘transformational’ gas asset in North England. Our proposal in July What stakeholders said What is in our March plan We will ensure compliance with natiinal legislation Stakeholders agreed, stating that safety is not negotiable Our plan is designed to comply with all applicable legislation 12 15 The following table outlines the key deliverables in relation to the safety output, how it will be funded and our anticipated investment over the RIIO-T1 period.
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