What’s happening with Third Party Costs? Download Haven Power’s free guide now

Third Party Costs – also sometimes referred to as non-energy or non-commodity costs – amount to around 60% of a typical energy bill.

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Discover exactly what’s changed, how and why in Third Party Costs (TPCs) in recent months.

These charges cover a vast number of schemes, such as the Renewables Obligation, as well as government levies and system fees.

The energy market has changed enormously since the coronavirus pandemic first struck the UK in March 2020. Add to that the changes brought about since Ofgem’s Targeted Charging Review reported back, and you can see a hugely different picture of TPCs beginning to appear.

Haven Power have produced a special guide to help you understand how these changes to non-energy costs might affect you and your business. You can download your free copy now.

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