If you’re the Registrant of a Metering System, you can apply for a Metering Dispensation if (for financial or practical reasons) the associated Metering Equipment will or does not comply with the applicable Code of Practice. For more details please see Section L – Metering.
Generic Metering Dispensations may be applied to any item of Metering Equipment. For further information about current generic Metering Dispensations, please refer to the Statement of Generic Metering Dispensations and for non-confidential site specific Metering Dispensation please refer to the Statement of non-confidential Site Specific Metering Dispensations. BSCP32 – Metering Dispensations defines the interfaces and timescales for Metering Dispensation applications, as well as providing the forms for application.
BSCP32 – Metering Dispensations defines the interfaces and timescales for Metering Dispensation applications, as well as providing the application forms. We recommend that you submit applications for new or updates to existing (e.g. extensions) Metering Dispensations in sufficient time for them to be fully considered by the relevant BSC Panel Committee(s) at their meeting(s). We recommend you do this at least 14 weeks before you require the Metering Dispensation to be approved.
Generic Metering Dispensations
The BSC Panel may, on its own initiative or upon the application of a Party, establish Metering Dispensations from the requirements of any relevant Code of Practice which attach generally to any item of Metering Equipment. Such dispensations are referred to as “Generic Dispensations”.
D/380 is a Generic Metering Dispensation that applies to Registrants (Suppliers) whose customers are embedded within a License Exempt Distribution Network (private network) and are seeking competitive supply. This guidance on the right-hand side of this webpage provides further information for Registrants wishing to use D/380.
Metering Dispensation Review Group (MDRG)
The Metering Dispensation Review Group (MDRG) is a formal review group to support ELEXON in the technical review of Metering Dispensations applications.
Members of the MDRG are industry Metering experts in either the Central Volume Allocation (CVA) or Supplier Volume Allocation (SVA) arrangements. The MDRG do not represent the interests of their employers. For further information on the duties of the MDRG, please refer to the Terms of Reference. If you are interested in becoming an MDRG member, please email email@example.com.