CP1206 – D0095 reporting of immaterial Supplier inconsistencies

Formal title: D0095 reporting of immaterial Supplier inconsistencies

Current Status

CPC Consultation
Committee Decision
Awaiting Implementation


The Non Half Hourly Data Aggregation Exception Report (D0095) provides Suppliers with detail of anomalies in the data provided to NHHDAs by NHHDCs and the SMRA. The E08 and E014 exceptions report an inconsistent Supplier. They are generated when the Supplier Meter Registration System (SMRS) and NHHDC view of the Supplier, reported to the NHHDA are different. The E14 exception is reported to the Supplier according to the NHHDC. The E08 exception is reported to the Supplier according to the SMRS. The Market is experiencing large numbers of E14 exceptions, most of which are believed to be immaterial. The volume of immaterial E14 exceptions inhibits Suppliers from addressing the material ones. CP1206 proposes to change the functionality of the CDCD to ensure that E14 exceptions are not reported if the exception occurs for the first EAC received from NHHDC upon Change of Supplier. This will suppress the resulting immaterial exceptions, and have the effect that only repeated Supplier inconsistencies are reported.


CP1206 was raised on 3 August 2007. CP1206 was issued for Industry Impact Assessment as part of CPC00610. CP1206 was presented to the SVG on 05 February 2008 for a decision on Progression. The SVG approved CP1206 for inclusion in the June 2008 Release. A paper was taken to the SVG (SVG85/08) on 04 March 2008 requesting that CP1206 be removed from the June 2008 Release and moved to the February 2009 Release. The SVG approved the movement of CP1206 into the February 2009 Release. CP1206 was implemented on 26 February 2009 as part of the February 2009 Release.


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