- Supply and Retail Market
- Generation and Wholesale Market
- Default tariff cap working paper – our thinking on including a headroom allowance
- Default tariff cap working paper – market basket
- Default tariff cap working paper – setting the level of the cap
- Default tariff cap working paper – updated competitive reference price approach
- Update on our plans for retail energy price caps
- Default tariff cap working paper – environmental and social obligations costs under the default tariff cap
On 26 February 2018, the Government introduced proposals for legislation to Parliament, to introduce a temporary tariff cap for customers on Standard Variable (SVT) and default tariffs. This proposed legislation creates a new statutory role for Ofgem to deliver this measure for Government. Ofgem will have a new duty to design and implement the tariff cap (the ‘default tariff cap’).
This consultation outlines our proposals for how we may design and implement the default tariff cap. This follows publication of five working papers on the design of the cap. This includes how we could set the initial level of the cap and how we might periodically adjust the cap up and down, to reflect underlying cost changes.
We are hosting a series of workshops during the consultation period. Please see links below for further information:
Ofgem's default tariff cap industry workshop
London – 12 June 2018, 10:00-16:00
Ofgem's default tariff cap consumer group and non industry workshop
London – 13 June 2018, 12:00-16:00