What our stakeholders have told us
|Take a leading role in driving and delivering the future energy system, including how we can meet net zero targets.||We will lead on developing what the options are for gas transmission in relation to the decarbonisation of heat. ||Commitment |
|Take a leading role in driving and delivering the future energy system, including how we can meet net zero targets.|
We are proposing a reopener relating to net zero to ensure we are able to respond quickly to work towards net zero goals.
Trigger: End of year 2, 1% baseline revenue thresholdMore information to be found in annex A3.02.
|Continue to work more collaboratively with industry and regulators to develop regulatory framework.||We will collaborate with GDNs, BEIS and others on an agreed hydrogen workplan.||Commitment|
|Continue to work more collaboratively with industry and regulators to develop a regulatory framework.||We will build on the work done through the ENA whole system working group, working across sectors to develop the options and solutions required to achieve net zero. Collaborate with ESO to support BEIS in developing the Clean Heat strategy from a whole system operability perspective. ||Commitment|
“I want an affordable energy bill” – whole system collaboration offers networks the potential to respond to changing needs, reduce consumer costs and deliver a sustainable network.
“I want you to facilitate delivery of a sustainable energy system”– working with other networks, regulators and third parties to determine the future pathways for the energy industry, including decarbonising heat while keeping disruption to a minimum for consumers.
Taking a leading role in decarbonisation of heat for gas transmission could provide a consumer value proposition of £2.2m (for more information on CVP7 please see annex A10.05).