Transmission Charging Methodologies Forum (TCMF)
The TCMF is established under the CUSC. The aim is to provide a forum for regular discussion between interested parties and National Grid on development of the charging methodologies.
All existing or prospective Connection and Use of System Code (CUSC) parties are eligible to send one representative to the meeting. In addition, representatives from other industry bodies are invited.
The terms of reference were approved by the CUSC Panel in February 2011, see terms of reference for further details.
If you would like to attend future TCMF meetings please contact the Technical Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org. The chair is appointed by National Grid and is currently Patrick Hynes who can be contacted on 01926 656319 or at email@example.com.
Meeting 48 - 21 May 2013
Meeting 47 – 16 April 2013
Draft headline report of the meeting
CMP213 - Impact Assessment
Presentation on the modelling undertaken as part of the Impact Assessment
CMP213 - Implementation
Presentation on proposed approach to implementation of CMP213
CMP213 - Legal Text
Presentation on the legal text included within the CMP213 Code Administrator consultation
CMP213 - HVDC
Presentation on the CMP213 proposals on HVDC and islands
CMP213 - Sharing
Presentation on the Sharing proposals
CMP213 - Process
CUSC process for CMP213 Code Administrator consultation
Agenda for the extraordinary TCMF to discuss the CMP213 consultation.
Meeting 46 – 12 March 2013
Actions and notes from the TCMF meeting
Complete slidepack for TCMF
Meeting 45 – 15 January 2013
Draft Meeting Report
Report of the meeting
List of the current issues raised by the industry as requiring consideration by the TCMF
Agenda for the eTCMF meeting.
Copy of the slides presented at the meeting.
Terms of Reference
Draft Terms of Reference
For review at the September 2012 TCMF.
Terms of Reference
Approved at February CUSC Panel 2011.
European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E)
Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER)
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