Electricity pass-through charges
Pass-through charges are fees paid to other companies who operate and maintain the electricity network.
These charges are approved each year by the Commission for Energy Regulation and are charged by all energy suppliers in the Republic of Ireland.
Types of Electricity Pass-through Charges
As at 1 October 2010, the pass-through charges for domestic electricity supplies include the following charges:
|Charges||Imposed By||More Information|
|Distribution Use of System (DUoS)||ESB Networks Ltd.||See Additional Details|
|Transmission Use of System (TUoS)||Eirgrid plc||See Additional Details|
|Variable Market Operator||Single Electricity Market Operator||See Additional Details|
|Imperfections Charges||Single Electricity Market Operator||See Additional Details|
|Distribution Loss Adjustment Factors (DLAF)||ESB Networks Ltd.||See Additional Details|
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