Main Business Plan Documents and Annexes
- RIIO-ED1 Commitment Report
- EPN Justification Documents
- LPN Justification Documents
- SPN Justification Documents
- High Value Projects Justification
- EPN RDP Justification Documents
- LPN RDP Justification Documents
- SPN RDP Justification Documents
- Cost Justification and Assurance Documents
- Stakeholder Engagement Supporting Documents
- Ofgem RIGs Data Tables
UK Power Networks Our Plan for the Future
UK Power Networks One Page Summary
UK Power Networks EPN One Page Summary
UK Power Networks LPN One Page Summary
UK Power Networks SPN One Page Summary
UK Power Networks Revised Business Plan: Whats changed and why (Annex 24)
UK Power Networks Overall Executive Summary
EPN Executive Summary
LPN Executive Summary
2016-17 Performance snapshot UK Power Networks
2016-17 Performance snapshot South Eastern Power Networks
2016-17 Performance snapshot London Power Networks
2016-17 Performance snapshot Eastern Power Networks
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2017-18 Performance snapshot UK Power Networks
2017-18 Performance snapshot South Eastern Power Networks
2017-18 Performance snapshot London Power Networks
2017-18+Performance snapshot Eastern Power Networks
UKPN SPN Executive Summary
UK Power Networks Overall Core Narrative
EPN Core Narrative
LPN Core Narrative
SPN Core Narrative
Annex 1: Historic Outputs
Annex 2: Forecast Outputs
Annex 3: Core Planning Scenario
Annex 4: Customer Satisfaction Strategy
Annex 5: Social Commitments
Annex 6: Quality of Supply Strategy
Annex 7: Losses Strategy
Annex 8: Climate Change Adaptation
Annex 9: Smart Grid Strategy
Annex 10: Smart Metering
Annex 11: IT Strategy
Annex 12: Business Transformation
Annex 13: Overall Cost Justification
Annex 13a: Regional Cost Justification
Annex 13b: Direct Cost Efficiency
Annex 13c: UKPN Overall Cost Benefit Analysis
Annex 14: Managing Uncertainty
Annex 15: Network Plan Deliverability
Annex 16: Workforce Renewal
Annex 17: Financeability of Business Plan
Annex 18: Revenue and Pricing
Annex 19: Stakeholder Engagement Process
Annex 20: Business Plan Development Process
Annex 21: Assurance of Overall Plan
Annex 22: Asset Plan Production Process
- Overview (current)
- Why are we producing a Business Plan now? (current)
- Keys to success (current)
- Facilitating Net Zero carbon emissions (current)
- Additional Information (current)
- Read our Business Plan (current)
Please find a list of appendices and additional information below, please click on the title you want to view.
Appendix 1 Glossary
Appendix 2 Our RIIO-ED1 track record
Appendix 4 Social Contract
Appendix 5 Our RIIO-ED2 customer and stakeholder engagement programme
Appendix 6 CEG challenge
Appendix 7 CVP details
Appendix 8 Our vulnerability strategy
Appendix 9 Our Major Connections strategy
Appendix 11 Reliability
Appendix 13 Workforce resilience strategy
Appendix 14 Climate resilience strategy
Appendix 15 Safety – RIIO-ED1 context and RIIO-ED2 commitments
Appendix 16 Our Environmental Action Plan
Appendix 17a Digitalisation strategy
Appendix 17b IT & telecoms strategy and delivery
Appendix 17c Data best practice
Appendix 18 Our DSO Strategy
Appendix 18a Network visibility strategy paper
Appendix 19a Whole systems strategy
Appendix 19b Local area energy planning framework
Appendix 20 Innovation strategy
Appendix 21b 2020 distribution future energy scenarios
Appendix 21c DFES stakeholder reports
Appendix 22 Procurement code of conduct
Appendix 25a Financial Information
Appendix 25b The cost of equity for RIIO-ED2
Appendix 25c Review of Ofgem’s RIIO-ED2 additional costs of borrowing
Appendix 25d Ongoing Efficiency Improvement at RIIO-ED2
Appendix 25e RIIO-ED2 real price effects
Addendum to Appendix 25e
Appendix 27 Letters of endorsement
Appendix 30 Appendix 30 Losses strategy
RIIO-ED2 UK Power Networks Redaction Statement
RIIO–ED2 price control draft determinations published
Ofgem has today published its draft determinations for RIIO–ED2 which will cover UK Electricity Distribution for the period from April 2023 to March 2028.
Basil Scarsella, chief executive of UK Power Networks, said: “We welcome today’s draft determination which challenges us to ensure that our network is able to accommodate the transition to a net zero economy at the lowest overall cost to customers and support those most vulnerable. We believe that we have an ambitious business plan, to deliver a 15% real terms reduction in our part of the energy bill, while enabling increasing numbers of Electric Vehicles and heat pumps ensuring nobody is left behind in the energy transition.
“There are still a number of details to resolve, such as the design of uncertainty mechanisms and the additional investment associated with Ofgem’s proposed access and charging reforms, so that we are able to invest at a pace to match the journey to net zero that our customers and communities wish to take. We look forward to working constructively with Ofgem to finalise these details and bring our plan to fruition.” You can read more about our Business Plan here
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UK Power Networks unleashes £4.5bn net zero plan
The country’s biggest electricity distributor has unveiled its ED2 Business Plan
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UK Power Networks has today unveiled a £4.5 billion Business Plan for the period starting from 2023 to 2028.
It is the Draft RIIO-ED2, which is the next price control for Distribution Network Operators.
The draft plan has been created in consultation with more than 20,000 customers, stakeholders, local authorities and communities.
The programme aims to have customers and communities at its heart.
The measures include innovative approaches to boost public on-street charging infrastructure and increase current chargers by 25%.
A total of £67 million worth of benefits will be spent to support vulnerable customers experiencing fuel poverty.
The company will also create a dedicated team that will work with local authorities to develop energy plans towards net zero.
The plan, which has been submitted to industry regulator Ofgem for consideration by December, also includes the network operator’s goal to achieve net zero in its own operations by 2028.
Basil Scarsella, UK Power Networks Chief Executive Officer, said: “The 2020s will be a decade of transformative change in the energy system and in our society, as we decarbonise every aspect of our economy, and a time when net zero becomes real for millions of our customers.
“It will bring major change to the lifestyles of people and communities; from the way we refuel our vehicles to heating our homes and using energy wisely.
“That is why we have undertaken our most extensive ever consultation and engagement exercise, responding to what more than 26,000 people have told us and creating a Business Plan with customers and communities at its heart.”
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