REC Charging Statement

The REC Charging Statement provides information to parties on their REC charges. It sets out the general charges that apply to Energy Suppliers and Electricity Distribution Businesses based on their Registerable Measurement Points (RMPs), together with the charges for any REC service users which are dependent on their usage. As proposed by Ofgem, the charges from 01 September 2021, where possible, reflect the arrangements that were in place immediately prior to Retail Code Consolidation. RECCo will review the charges applicable and may amend these from time to time.

This document is also available on the REC Portal. If you have any questions please let us know at info@retailenergycode.co.uk

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