The activity, roles and outputs of the independent RIIO-T2 User Group is guided by the government regulator, Ofgem. The main output of the RIIO-T2 User Group is their Independent Report.
Ofgem have published a number of guidance papers in relation to the RIIO-T2 User Group which it discusses under ‘stakeholder engagement’ and/or ‘enhanced stakeholder engagement’.
RIIO-T2 Independent Transmission User Group Final Report was submitted to Ofgem on the 22nd December 2019. The report outlines the independent and authoritative challenge to proposals developed by SPT for the RIIO-T2 period.
The RIIO-2 Enhanced Stakeholder Engagement Guidance was released in April 2018 and includes broad details on the purpose and role of the RIIO-T2 User Group and how Network Companies, like SP Energy Networks, are expected to engage with the RIIO-T2 User Group.
RIIO-2 Business Plans Draft Guidance Document was published in December 2018 and gives further information on how Ofgem expects Network Companies, to engage with their stakeholders and the RIIO-T2 User Group.
RIIO-2 Sector Specific Methodology Annex: Electricity Transmission was published in December 2018 and highlights key areas that Network Companies, like SP Energy Network, should be focused on in relation to stakeholder engagement and the RIIO-T2 User Group.