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Selling electricity | Guide for developers An introduction to generating and selling electricity at residential developments without an Ofgem licence

Switch2 Energy and law firm Penningtons Manches Cooper have worked together to develop a fact sheet to help heat network operators understand the practical and legal aspects of supplying electricity to residents.

The supply of electricity to a premises generally requires a licence from Ofgem. The fact sheet will cover where exemptions can apply and can offer landlords the opportunity to sell electricity to residents connected to a site’s privately operated electricity network.

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This document will provide an introduction to the 4 main topics of:

  1. Resale of electricity to residents.
  2. Distribution of electricity generated on site to residents and small-scale supply.
  3. The question, “Do residents have the right to choose an alternative electricity supplier?”
  4. Electric Vehicle charge points.

To download your copy of the fact sheet produced in partnership with Penningtons Manches Cooper, complete the form.