Working group two - Pricing, incentives and risks

Outputs from the working group:
A welsh perspective on water resources -Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water_Redacted Bulk supply charges – pricing, incentives and risk – regional perspective – Bristol Water_Redacted
Bulk supply pricing examples – Bristol Water_Redacted Incentivising water trading – 20-05-2021 – Northumbrian Water_Redacted
Market commercial models_Redacted Multi-sector water supply assets – possible commercial and legal models – 22-04-2021_Redacted
Pricing principles for strategic water resource solutions_Redacted Regional perspective – 22-03-2021 – Water Resources East_Redacted
Water company water resources management plans and regional plans – Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru Natural Resources Wales_Redacted Water trading incentives and the regulatory system – a proposal – 20-05-2021 – Northumbrian Water_Redacted

To advise on and develop approaches to address key regulatory and commercial opportunities, gaps and barriers.

  • To enable co-ordination and collaboration to advise on and develop approaches to address issues around pricing, incentives and risk.
  • Work of group will include, but not be limited to, policy priority recommendations made by NERA in its work on bulk supply contracts and pricing. Will be both informed by the emerging thinking of the other working groups, and inform the other working groups as appropriate.
  • To build a shared understanding, each member of the Group will present on issues around resource options, incentives and risks in their region.
  • Members will work collaboratively on a small number of issues and policy options on pricing, risk and incentives, including commercial models, and submit papers to the Group for discussion.

Chair – RAPID
Northumbrian Water
Severn Trent Water
Bristol Water
Anglian Water
Bristol Water
South West Water
Thames Water
United Utilities
Water Resources South East
Dŵr Cymru
Natural Resources Wales
RAPID/Drinking Water Inspectorate