Distribution Use of System Charges Statement This statement tells you about our charges and the reasons behind them. It has been prepared consistent with Standard Licence Condition 14 of our Electricity Distribution Licence. The main purpose of this statement is to provide our schedule of charges for the use of our Distribution System and to provide the schedule of Line Loss Factors that should be applied in Settlement to account for losses from the Distribution System. 2021 – 2022 2022 – 2023 Archive 2017 – 2018 2018 – 2019 2019 – 2020 2020 – 2021 Statement of Charging Methodology This statement is produced in accordance with Standard Condition 13 of EAN’s Licence and describes the methodology that EAN uses to set charges for customers connected to its electricity distribution system. Download the file MPAS Charging Statement This statement is produced in accordance with Standard Condition 18 of EAN’s Licence and sets out the basis upon which charges will be made for the provision of metering point administration services to enable a supplier to make a reasonable estimate of charges it would be liable to pay for the provision of such services. Download the file Miscellaneous Charging Statement This statement is published by Energy Assets Networks to notify electricity suppliers, generators and other interested parties of our transactional charges e.g. charges for Energisation, De-Energisation & Re-Energisation. Download the file Safety and Security of Supplies Service Statement This statement is produced in accordance with Standard Condition 8, 9 and 10 of EAN’s Licence and describes our approach to ensuring a safe and secure supply, including our standards for accessing your home when a site visit may be required, and other services such as a Priority Services Register, our customer complaints procedure and Ofgem’s Guaranteed Standards. Download the file Flexibility Statement This statement is produced in accordance with Standard Condition 31E and declares our approach to procuring flexibility on our networks and the principles we apply. Download the file Embedded Capacity Register Energy Assets Networks does not currently have any generation, storage or demand response greater than 1MW as of March 2021.