Rejected petition Wales exports 22.7 TWh of electricity, and we want net producer energy rates

Wales is within the top 5 in the WORLD of exporters of energy - Exporting 22.7 TWh in 2021.

In 2020 Wales supplied 7.5% of the UK’s electricity and accounted for 6.5% of the UK’s total demand for energy.

it is estimated that 33% of total electricity generation in Wales
comes from renewable sources as of 2020 - Welsh Government

Consumer feed-in tariff - " 3-5p/kWh" on the Feed to the supplier- but will sell back to the consumer, NimbleFins Estimate for October 2022 - 32.7 (p/kWh).

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Why was this petition rejected?

It’s about something that the Senedd or Welsh Government is not responsible for.

The Government of Wales Act 2006 establishes the extent of the Senedd’s power to make new laws and amend existing law (also known as legislative competence). Schedules 7A and 7B of the 2006 Act set out the issues which are ‘restricted’ or ‘reserved’ - i.e. areas where the UK Parliament, not the Senedd, can legislate.

The generation, transmission, distribution and supply of electricity is reserved to the UK Parliament. As a result, it is not possible for the Senedd to take the action called for by your petition.

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