An update on industry reform impacting customer’s costs now and in the future

Presented by

Binoy Dharsi, EDF

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Everyone relies on a secure and efficient electricity network in which they can consume and generate electricity. The cost for access and maintenance is apportioned to different types of users. This webinar will explain why significant reform has been required to ensure that users continue to pay a fair contribution towards these costs. Ultimately there will be some winners and losers. Interested to find which side your customer could be on, then please join Binoy Dharsi a Market Rules expert who will explain all. Speaker: Binoy Dharsi, Market Rules Advisor, Corporate Policy & Regulation, EDF Binoy began his career in the electricity industry in 1997 as an energy consultant working at a TPI. Around the time of market opening he moved to work for new electricity supplier start-ups setting up pricing teams and pricing systems. Binoy also was as the UK lead-consultant for Datamonitor, a research and consultancy firm, providing expertise to market participants. Binoy moved to EDF Energy in 2011 forecasting non-energy costs (TNUoS, BSUoS). Binoy is currently an expert in charging reform and is a regular member of industry code working groups which aims to improve network charging arrangements. Since 2017 Binoy has been working on the Ofgem led Targeted Charging Review. Binoy is a keen golfer and football enthusiast supporting Oldham Athletic. Please note, all data you provide through pre-registration will be shared with our webinar partners once you have viewed the webinar. If you do not wish your data to be shared with the partner, please email detailing the specific webinar.
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