Charging Futures is a programme coordinating significant reform of electricity access and charging arrangements in close collaboration with users of GB's electricity network.
Acting as a bridge between policy, industry initiatives and the industry code governance process, Charging Futures has four key parts: a quarterly Forum, a Delivery Body, review Task Forces and Ofgem as Chair.
Charging Futures Forum
The primary place for users of the electricity network to learn, contribute and shape the future of charging arrangements. The quarterly Forum provides regular updates, high level reviews and consultations to progress the work of the charging Task Forces. It is facilitated by National Grid’s System Operator as Lead Secretariat and attendance is limited to one person per organisation. All are welcome to sign up to the distribution list.
- You can sign up to the distribution list to receive updates and content from each forum here.
Charging Delivery Body (CDB)
A group to focus on the practicalities of implementing Task Force and forum recommendations. Its members are those responsible for updating and implementing charging code change (network companies and code administrators), and will pull on the expertise of industry.
- Read more about the role of the Charging Delivery Body, its members and meeting minutes.
Charging Task Forces
Task Forces will review and recommend new arrangements in strategic charging topics, consulting the Charging Futures Forum quarterly and providing high level updates. Find out how you can get involved in the new Access and Forward Looking Task Forces, and future Task Forces here.
Charging Futures Chair - Ofgem
Ofgem chairs the Charging Futures Forum and Charging Delivery Body to provide strategic guidance on charging reform activity in line with their vision for the future energy system and their regulatory stances. Frances Warburton (Energy Systems Integration Partner) and Andy Burgess (Energy Systems Integration Associate Partner) have alternate Chair duties.