Formal title: Improvements to the use of the Half Hourly Aggregation Exception Report (D0235)

Current Status

CPC Consultation
Committee Decision
Awaiting Implementation


Currently if a SVA metering system is de-energised a Half Hourly Aggregation Exception Report (D0235) is generated if non-zero consumption value is provided to the Half Hourly Data Aggregator (HHDA) by the Half Hourly Data Collector (HHDC). If the Metering System is de-energised by the Half Hourly Meter Operator (HHMOA) at a time later than 00: 00 hrs it is likely that a non-zero value will be recorded by the HHDC on the effective from date of the de-energisation.   This will cause an exception report (D0235) that the Supplier will never be able to resolve. CP1188 proposes that non-zero values recorded on the effective from date of an energisation status change, from energised to de-energised, should not be reported as an anomaly to the HHDC and Supplier.


CP1188 was raised on 2 March 2007. CP1188 was issued for Industry Impact Assessment as part of CPC00600.   CP1188 was presented to the SVG on 1 May 2007. The SVG approved CP1188 for inclusion in the November 2007 Release.


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