DECC defends EMR implementation and performance

The energy department has committed to an early review of the capacity market and contracts for difference but gives no clues on post-2020 levy control framework spending limits

DECC has defended the timeliness of energy market reforms (EMR) and the success of contracts for difference (CfDs) in response to a report from the House of Commons Energy and Climate Change Committee (ECCC).

The response, laid before parliament on 24 June but not published until 13 July, confirms that the department will review the performance of the first capacity market auction and the first CfD round this summer to ensure they fulfil the EMR’s objectives.

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