Worst served customers
Electricity distribution companies have made massive improvements in average CI and CML over the past two decades, but this shines a light on the poorer performance experienced by worst served customers. DNOs are responding with a wide range of proposals to address this. Chris will be leading a deep dive discussion broaching the following issues at ENIC on 13 October:
- What are the main areas of focus for improving the experience of worst served customers? What does best practice look like?
- How does the energy transition impact the measures that should be taken to improve the experience of worst served customers?
- What innovative approaches can be adopted in this area?
Chris Watts is the Director - Regulatory Affairs at S&C Electric Company. He joined S&C from Ofgem, where he worked on a range of network and energy regulations, including playing a key role in price-control reviews, including the development and implementation of Ofgem’s new RIIO price-control framework. As part of the RIIO control team, Watts developed and implemented Ofgem’s approach to cost assessment and led work on the development of a number of outputs and incentives.
Watts earned a Ph.D in Economics at Southampton University. At S&C, he is now enjoying the new challenge of using his economic and regulatory knowledge to develop opportunities for working with the electricity distribution network operators.
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