27p of your daily electricity bill comes to us at Western Power Distribution.
We provide electricity to 7.9 million customers within the Midlands, South West England and South Wales, everyone of whom deserve to have an opinion on how their money is spent.
We work hard to engage with as many customers as possible via workshops and events throughout the year, this helps us to ensure that we are making the right decisions for you, our customer.
We adopt the widest possible definition of a 'stakeholder', seeking to engage with anyone that has an interest in, or is impacted by, our operations.
You are therefore a stakeholder and we want to hear from you.
Throughout the development of our RIIO-ED2 business plan we would like to hear from you as much as possible. As well as online consultations we will also be holding webinars and other events to hear from as many of our stakleholder as we can.
Find out more about our engagement groups and how you can get involved.
We run regular workshops and events to gain the views of our customers.
Ofgem’s SECV Incentive is an annual scheme, which encourages network companies to proactively engage with their customers to deliver a quality service.
Whether you would like to attend an event or take part in some online consultation, we want to hear from you.
This year, WPD is submitting its RIIO-ED2 Business Plan for the five year period from April 2023 – March 2028. The period aligns with Ofgem’s regulatory price control review period; the second for electricity distribution to be determined using the Revenue=Incentives, Innovation and Outputs framework.
Our Business Plan sets out how we will continue to deliver high standards of safety, reliability and customer service while adapting to the changing environment in which we operate.