Ofgem cuts £200m from electricity network allowances

Bills should fall following energy regulator Ofgem’s ruling that electricity distributors have invested too little in networks and smart grid innovation to justify high charges

by Paul Hatchwell
Some distribution networks have invested less than had been allowed for in electricity pricing. Photograph: mycola/123RF
Some distribution networks have invested less than had been allowed for in electricity pricing. Photograph: mycola/123RF

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