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UK energy regulator Ofgem: Costs should be spread fairly

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The UK's energy regulator Ofgem has launched two working papers related to charging for electricity networks.

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The Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) said that the role of transmission and distribution networks is changing and costs for the networks should be spread fairly among consumers with efficient use of network capacity.

The first working paper is about reforms to ensure that network capacity is used as efficiently as possible.

The second paper is about ensuring that networks recover network costs in a fair way across all customers.

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