At amber energy it means more focus on charges around electricity usage and in particular in the red (peak) charging times (typically 4-7pm).
This isn't simply because some of the proposed levies will be charged against consumption in this period (this is not the case) but because this peak charging time of the day offers profit making activity as well as reducing your businesses import charges.
For instance DSBR (Demand Side Balancing Reserve) allows for your business to profit by reducing import consumption and turning on small-scale generation (CHP's, generators, etc) when the grid gets close to full capacity (usually when something good is on the TV, you've just got home from work and turned on the heating, and street lighting has gone on but our industrial usage hasn't quite yet switched off - around 4.30-6pm).
To any business, it means additional levies to pay for the guaranteed subsidies (of those private investors) needed to allow for the investment in low carbon energy production.
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