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Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks
is responsible for maintaining and operating the electricity distribution
networks across central southern England and northern Scotland. As the
regional monopoly in this activity, we are regulated by the Office of Gas and
Electricity Markets (Ofgem) through a ‘price control’.
Amongst other things, this determines the amount of
revenue we can earn to cover the efficient cost of maintaining and developing
the network. The current price control runs from April 2015 to 31 March 2023
and was implemented under a new regulatory framework, known as the RIIO model
(revenue = incentives+innovation+outputs).
The RIIO model is based upon Incentives, Innovation and
Outputs, and it is our performance against these areas which determines the
amount of Revenue we receive each year. Visit Ofgem's website for more
information about the review.
Business plan commitment report 2016 -17
Business Plan Commitment Report Summary 2016-17
Business Plan Commitment Report 2016-17 Annex 1
Business plan commitment report summary 2015 - 16
Business plan commitment report 2015 -16
Business plan commitment report summary 2015 - 16 Annex 1
Environment Report 2016
Detailed Commentary Associated with the Annexes to the Environment Report 2016
SEPD Active Network Management CBA (Innovation)
SEPD Bidoyng CBA (Innovation)
SHEPD Live Line Tree Cutting CBA (Innovation)
SSEPD 66kV Transformers CBA (Losses)
SSEPD 132 kV Transformers CBA (Losses)
SSEPD EHV Transformers CBA (Losses)