Our Regulated Businesses

GTC operates in a regulated industry.  The regulator for Gas and Electricity markets is the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem).  Ofgem licenses are granted to operate as an independent gas transporter (IGT) for gas and as an independent distribution network operator (IDNO) for electricity. 

GTC manages and maintains the assets of three IGT licenses; GTC Pipelines Limited, Independent Pipelines Limited and Quadrant Pipelines Limited.  For electricity the networks for two IDNO licenses; The Electricity Network Company Limited and Independent Power Networks limited. 

Please find below a copy of all our regulatory documents.  If you cannot find the document you require or have a query relating to a regulatory matter or require any document in a different format, please contact GTC Regulatory affairs team at Regulatory.

Distributed Generation Guide

  • If you are incorporating renewable and sustainable solutions onto a GTC network, please advise us immediately by emailing details to embedded.generation@gtc-uk.co.uk as this can impact design of the electricity network.

  • For futher information regarding Distributed Generation please see ENA energy networks association.

General

  • 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.

Use of System Charges Statements

Distributed Generation Guide

  • If you are incorporating renewable and sustainable solutions onto a GTC network, please advise us immediately by emailing details to embedded.generation@gtc-uk.co.uk as this can impact design of the electricity network.

  • For futher information regarding Distributed Generation please see ENA energy networks association.

General

  • 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.