Please note that with the beginning of a new obligation period, a new level of NIROC (Northern Ireland Renewable Obligation Commitment) will apply to electricity consumption in Northern Ireland from 1st April 2023.
This charge is itemised as “Renewable Obligation” on your unbundled bill and will increase from 1.0206 to 1.08578 pence per unit from this date. OFGEM (Office of Gas and Electricity Markets) decides the level of this charge on an annual basis and publishes it on the OFGEM website.
(1st April-31st March)
|Obligation level for
Northern Ireland (ROCs/MWh)
The price that is charged on your electricity bill is calculated using the following methodology:
The Buy Out Price of £59.01 is multiplied by the obligation level applicable to Northern Ireland: i.e £10.85784 per MW: which in turn equates to 1.085784 pence per unit : (divide by a thousand to convert the units to a kilowatt base and multiply by a 100 to convert from pounds to pence)
CCL (Climate Change Levy) is also changing with the new rates for the various taxable commodities published on the Gov.UK website.
|Rate from 1st April 2020
|Rate from 1st April 2021
|Rate from 1st April 2022
|Rate from 1st April 2023
| Electricity (pence per kilowatt hour (KWh))
| Natural Gas (£ per KWh)
Also note that the percentage discount for holders of a CCA (Climate Change Agreement) will increase from 86% to 88% for Natural Gas consumption.
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