Export your surplus electricity back to the grid.
Make use of your spare generation capacity with an Export Contract
If your business generates surplus electricity, for example from Combined Heat & Power (CHP), you can export this back to the grid.
EIC has considerable experience in negotiating flexible energy supply contracts for exporting electricity, combined heat, power, and energy that are tailored to managing positions on our clients’ behalf in the most effective way.
We fully understand what is available and achievable when negotiating with suppliers.
- Export power price
- Management fees
- Percentage share of Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs) buy-out fund and recycling payment
- ROCs processing fees
- Fixed ROCs price
- Percentage share of Levy Exemption Certificates (LEC) benefit
- Percentage share of Triad benefit
- Percentage share of Generator Distribution Use of System (GDUoS) benefit
- Percentage share of Balancing Services Use of System (BSUoS) and Losses avoidance benefits
We’ll analyse each offer received, negotiate with each supplier and rank final offers against an appropriate scoring benchmark agreed with you. From this, we shortlist the leading suppliers and negotiate the best overall solution ensuring you are fully involved at each stage of the process.
You’ll be appointed a dedicated Account Manager and Flexible Procurement Negotiator who will arrange your export contract. They will also communicate directly with your Meter Operator (MOP) regarding supply details, metering type and any issues regarding communications link / type.
Your contacts will also investigate further options to derive value from exports, including participation in the Balancing Market, Demand Side Balancing Reserve (DSBR), and the Capacity Market.
Why choose EIC?
- Finding the best deal can be a complex and time-consuming process, so we do this for you
- Our expert team save you the time of analysing all the different charges involved
- We keep you informed of our progress at all times, giving you peace of mind
Find out more about Export Contracts from EIC