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REMA Consultation

Solar Energy UK, aiming for 70GW of solar capacity by 2035, strongly opposes the implementation of zonal pricing under REMA reforms. Zonal pricing could lower returns for generators in export-constrained zones, increasing reliance on the Contract for Difference (CfD) mechanism and intensifying competition.We urge comprehensive reforms to reduce revenue risks, address volatile TNUoS charges, ensure transparent budget settings, and manage price cannibalization. A broader repowering strategy is essential for extending renewable asset lifespans.

Supporting DESNZ’s focus on energy demand reduction and local systems, we call for policies that enhance flexibility and reduce operational risks. Planning and grid reform are crucial to attract investment and ensure a stable, scalable renewable energy sector