Market stabilisation charge strengthened

Ofgem has altered the parameters for its Market Stabilisation Charge – a temporary measure introduced in April to limit suppliers’ hedging losses if wholesale prices fall substantially – to make it stronger and more easily triggered. The regulator said the adjustments will make the charge “more robust” in the face of increased hedging risks following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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