Private wire connection – the installation is not directly connected to a transmission or distribution system. This supply chain plan guide provides detailed information for applicants regarding: It is proposed that a no fault capability agreement route should apply at the discretion of the Secretary of State. This would apply where a capacity provider can demonstrate that non-compliance with a relevant obligation or request is the immediate and inevitable result of the COVID 19 pandemic. A termination in this scenario would not trigger a termination fee, but would trigger the commitment to repay all capacity payments previously made under the Capacity Agreement. This new possibility of termination would apply only to capacity agreements concluded on April 1, 2020 and would be subject to certain deadlines. The Ministry of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy („BEIS“) published a consultation on April 24, 2020 entitled „Capacity Markets: Proposed Easements in response to COVID-19 Pandemic“ and explained how the government is proposing to reduce the burden on capacity agreement holders during the current COVID 19 crisis. The consultation was only open to responses until 30 April 2020 and the response of the EIB consultation is expected. Applicants must indicate by their application whether their CFD unit`s connection to the transmission or distribution network is or will be the case, and then provide a copy of the applicable link agreement (s) applicable to the cfD unit in question that authorizes such a connection. The type of connection retained in the application form must be aligned with the follow-up agreement and cannot be changed after the closing period of the application under Rule 16 in the Contracts for Difference cfDs by encouraging developers to invest in renewable energy, by providing developers with high anticipated projects with long-term and protecting consumers from paying higher support costs when electricity prices are high.