ELEXON has submitted the BSC Panel’s report to Ofgem setting out how it would undertake a Settlement Reform project, if asked to do so by Ofgem, as part of Ofgem’s Smarter Markets work. Click here to read the report.
We held a seminar on Delivering Settlement Reform on Friday 2 November 2012. Click here to view the presentation slides.
Delivering Settlement Reform – A consultation on the review project & invitation to seminar
At the end of July Ofgem asked the BSC Panel to provide them with a report by the end of this year setting out how the Panel and industry could undertake a review and reform of the Settlement arrangements (Supplier Volume Allocation) in support of Ofgem’s Smarter Markets work. Ofgem will decide how it wishes the work to proceed early next year.
ELEXON is developing the report in conjunction with an advisory group. We have issued a consultation seeking views on the approach, scope, design, risks, issues and deliverables from such a review. Responses are invited by 9 November.
If you have any questions or we would like to receive a copy of the consultation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to David Jones on 020 7380 4213.
Please see the consultation documents.
Response to DECC’s consultation on the second version of the Smart Metering Technical Specifications (SMETS)
ELEXON has provided a response to the DECC consultation on SMETS2. Our answers centre on the management of metering requirements and delivering a centralised industry assurance regime, and the lessons we have learned in doing so.
Please see ELEXON’s response.
If you would like to discuss the issues raised, please contact us at email@example.com
Response to DECC’s April Smart Metering consultations
ELEXON has provided responses to the DECC consultations on:
- Privacy and Data Access
- DCC Licence and Application Regulations
- Smart Energy Code
- Consumer Engagement
The responses can be seen on our Industry Insights page.
If you would like to discuss the issues raised, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Smart Security Governance
Robust industry governance is a key element in ensuring that the smart rollout is successful and data continues to flow into settlement. In our latest thought leadership document, we explore security governance for the GB smart solution. We consider questions such as the key roles and responsibilities of licensees, government bodies and the DCC – and how future changes will be addressed.
Read Smart Security Governance for an outline of ELEXON’s views of how good security governance could be achieved as the industry moves forward into a smart world. If you would like a more detailed version of the paper, or to discuss the issues raised, please contact us at email@example.com.