Top tips for non-commodity charges

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Non-commodity charges make up the lion’s share of overall energy costs and are set to increase significantly over the next decade. As a result, understanding and, where possible, minimising these costs is vital for everyone responsible for managing energy.
  1. Ensure you have visibility
  2. Budget for variations
  3. Get a personalised forecast of future costs
  4. Embrace demand management
  5. Stay up-to-date with any changes

"Understanding the impact that non-commodity charges are likely to have on your future energy costs is crucial. National Grid and your local Distribution Network Operator (DNO) publish some future charges on their websites."

Helen Gardner,

Market Change Manager

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