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What's the role of a Task Force?

Charging Futures Task Forces help identify options for a broad charging topic and support Ofgem in assessing these options. Each Task Force is made up of volunteers who will actively contribute by: identifying options, producing impact assessments and engaging with wider industry participants. 


What have Task Forces Done to Date?

Live Task Forces

There are currently no live Task Forces

Previous Task Forces
The Second Balancing Services Charges Task Force

In their final Targeted Charging Review decision, Ofgem has asked the Electricity System Operator (ESO) to launch a Second Balancing Services Charges Task Force to build on work from previous Task Force. More information on the Second Balancing Services Task Force can be found here.

The Balancing Services Charges Task Force

Ofgem asked the Electricity System Operator (ESO) to launch a Balancing Services Charges Task Force under the Charging Futures arrangements, to provide analysis to support decisions on the future direction of Balancing Services Use of System charges (BSUoS). The work carried out by this Task Force has now concluded. You can find its final report and conclusions here and you can find out more on Balancing Services Charges Task Force here.

The Access and Forward Looking Charges Task Forces

In response to Ofgem's working paper on the "Reform of electricity network access and forward looking charges" the Charging Futures Access and Forward Looking Task Forces produced a report which outlines conclusions to support the reform. You can find this final report and the conclusions here.

If you would like to hear an introduction to the report, you can listen to our Final Task Force podcast on iTunes or SoundCloud.

You can discover more about the work these two task forces carried out on the Access and Forward Looking Charges Task Forces page.


How can you get involved?


Getting in touch 

If you have any questions about any of the Charging Futures Task Forces General, please don't hesitate to ask us: