ELEXON responses to Industry consultations
ELEXON monitors and responds to industry-wide consultations that may have an impact on the provisions in the BSC, on ELEXON, or – through ELEXON – on our customers.
Some consultations also require a response from the BSC Panel.
Please let us know if you there are any industry based consultations which you feel warrant a response from us.
ELEXON’s response to Ofgem’s open letter on the Five Year Review of the Capacity Market Rules
ELEXON’s response suggests that industry should have greater participation in rules development and that coordination of rules changes with industry Codes could be achieved by expanding Code Administrator roles or by introducing industry workgroups to Capacity Market Rules changes.
ELEXON’s response to National Grid’s consultation on CMP285 ‘CUSC Governance Reform – Levelling the Playing Field’
ELEXON’s response highlights differences between BSC Panel governance, current CUSC Panel governance and proposed CUSC Panel governance, and provides views on alternates, engagement with Panels and on National Grid Panel members.
ELEXON’s response to ENTSO-E’s Annual Work Programme 2019
ELEXON’s response views ENTSO-E’s highest priority as the implementation of European Network Codes. We also highlight the importance of wider stakeholder engagement, and harmonisation between internal ENTSO-E workstreams to ensure coordinated decision making.
ELEXON’s thoughts on Ofgem’s working paper on Electricity System Operator Performance Panel
ELEXON’s response highlighted the potential interest of suppliers and independent aggregators in providing representatives to the Panel. We also highlighted the reliance of ELEXON on ESO for the provision of data and information and the importance of ESO support when working together on Modifications to the BSC.
ELEXON’s response to Energy Network Association’s consultation on Future Worlds
ELEXON’s response highlights the importance of consistency and transparency of market arrangements for flexibility and suggests that leveraging existing market structures could deliver the soonest benefits to end customers. We also outline our view of requirements for neutral market facilitation.