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Regulatory

GTC operates in highly regulated industries. We ensure that we meet all our obligations in terms of service quality and safety, customer information and regulatory reporting.


District heat

Regulations governing district heat networks are currently under consultation. In the meantime, each of our district energy networks is registered with the Heat Trust, an industry-led initiative setting high-quality standards in customer service.

Electricity

The regulator for the electricity market is the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem).  An Ofgem licence is granted to operate as an independent distribution network operator (IDNO) for electricity. 

GTC operates and maintains assets for two IDNO licences: The Electricity Network Company Limited and Independent Power Networks limited. 

Fibre broadband

The regulator for fibre broadband networks is the Office of Communications (Ofcom). Open Fibre Networks Limited (OFNL) owns and operates all of GTC’s fibre broadband networks.

Water and wastewater

The regulator for water and wastewater markets is the Water Services Regulation Authority (Ofwat). Under licence, Independent Water Networks Limited (IWNL) replaces the current incumbent as the water and/or sewerage service provider within a specific area, for the developments we serve. This is known as a New Appointment and Variation (NAV) and allows us to provide water and/or sewerage services.

Gas

The regulator for the gas market is the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem).  An Ofgem licence is granted to operate as an independent gas transporter (IGT) for gas. 

GTC operates and maintains assets for three IGT licences; GTC Pipelines Limited; Independent Pipelines Limited; and Quadrant Pipelines Limited.

Please find below a copy of all our regulatory documents.  If you cannot find the document you are looking for or have a query relating to a electricity or gas regulatory matter, please contact GTC Regulatory affairs team.

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ENC LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2018-2019 – Download

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ENC LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2019-2020 – Download

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ETCL LLFC Tariff Mapping 2019 – Download

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LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2008-10 – Download

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LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2009-04 – Download

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LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2009-10 – Download

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LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2010-04 – Download

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LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2010-10 – Download

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LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2011-04 – Download

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LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2011-07 – Download

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LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2011-10 – Download

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LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2012-04 – Download

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LC14 Use Of System Charging Starement 2012-10 – Download

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LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2013-04 – Download

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LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2014-04 – Download

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LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2015-04 – Download

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LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2016-2017 – Download

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LC14 Use Of System Charging Statement 2017-2018 – Download

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Schedule Of Charges (ENC) Final 2012-04 – Download

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Schedule Of Charges (ENC) Final 2012-10 – Download

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Schedule Of Charges (ENC) Final 2013-04 – Download

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Schedule Of Charges (ENC) Final 2014-04 – Download

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Schedule Of Charges (ENC) Final 2015-04 – Download

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Schedule Of Charges (ENC) Final 2016-04 – Download

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Schedule Of Charges (ENC) Final 2017-04 – Download

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Schedule Of Charges (ENC) Final 2018-04 – Download

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Schedule Of Charges (ENC) Final 2019-04 – Download

If you are incorporating renewable and sustainable solutions onto a GTC network, please advise us immediately by emailing details to [email protected] as this can impact design of the electricity network.

For further information regarding Distributed Generation please see ENA (Energy Networks Association).

If you have any questions or concerns regarding electric and magnetic fields on GTC networks please email GTC EMF enquiry. For further information please see ENA (Energy Network Association) who act as a channel of communication for the energy network sector.

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IDNO Tariffs wef 1 July 2011 Final Statement – Download

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IDNO Tariffs wef 1 March 2011 Final Charges Statement – Download

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IDNO Tariffs wef 1 April 2011 Final Charges Statement – Download

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IPNL Final Charging Statements 2019-2020 – Download

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IPNL LC14 Use of System Charging Statement 2018-2019 – Download

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IPNL LC14 Use of System Charging Statement 2019-2020 – Download

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IPNL Letter for Final DUOS Prices July 2011 – Download

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IPNL LLFC Tariff Mapping BK-REL-IG-0178 – Download

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IPNL Tariffs wef 1 October 2011 Final Charges Statement – Download

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IPNL Tariffs wef 1 April 2012 Final Charges Statement – Download

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IPNL Tariffs wef 1 October 2012 Final Charges Statement – Download

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LC14 Use of System Charging Statement 2013-04 – Download

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LC14 Use of System Charging Statement 2014-04 V2 – Download

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LC14 Use of System Charging Statement 2015-04 – Download

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LC14 Use of System Charging Statement 2016-2017 – Download

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LC14 Use of System Charging Statement 2017-2018 – Download

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Schedule of Charges (IPNL) fINAL 2016-04 – Download

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Schedule of Charges (IPNL) Final 2017-04 – Download

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Schedule of Charges (IPNL) Final 2018-04 – Download

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Schedule of Charges (IPNL) Final 2019-04 – Download

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Schedule of Charges Final 2014-04 V2 – Download

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Schedule of Charges Final 2015-04 – Download

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Statement of Charges for use of IPNL Electricity Distribution Network October 2010 – Download

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Statement of Charges for use of IPNL Electricity Distribution Network wef 1st March 2011 – Download

If you are incorporating renewable and sustainable solutions onto a GTC network, please advise us immediately by emailing details to [email protected] as this can impact design of the electricity network.

For futher information regarding Distributed Generation please see ENA (Energy Networks Association).

If you have any questions or concerns regarding electric and magnetic fields on GTC networks please email GTC EMF enquiry. For further information please see ENA (Energy Network Association) who act as a channel of communication for the energy network sector.

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