BSC Changes impacting NHH Data Aggregators
This page shows which Modifications and Change Proposals have been identified as impacting Non Half Hourly Data Aggregators. Please note that the assessment of where impacts may affect certain roles within the electricity market may be amended during the course of the Change process.
CP1537 ‘Extending the Timescales for agreeing Technical Assurance of Performance Assurance Parties (TAPAP) Findings Reports’
P423 ‘Market-wide Half Hourly Settlement (MHHS) Implementation and Governance Arrangements’
CP1544 ‘BSCCo Approved EFR Representative sign-off required for any EFR plan following escalation’
CP1560 ‘Demand Control Event Process Clarifications’
This CP seeks to clarify the processes that take place after a Demand Control Event by amending the relevant Code Subsidiary Documents to ensure clarity and consistency.
P434 ‘Half Hourly Settlement for UMS Metering Systems’
This Modification will require a period of mandatory Change of Measurement Class (CoMC) activity for all Non-Half Hourly (NHH) Unmetered Supplies (UMS) Metering Systems running from October 2023 to October 2024. It will also require all new UMS connections to be settled Half Hourly (HH) from October 2023.
P436 ‘Consequential BSC changes for Switching SCR (REC 3.0)’
Ofgem’s Switching Significant Code Review (SCR) will introduce the new Central Switching Service (CSS) and version 3.0 of the Retail Energy Code (REC 3.0). P436 progresses the consequential BSC changes needed to align with REC 3.0.
P427: Publication of Performance Assurance Parties’ impact on Settlement Risk
This Modification seeks to amend BSC Section Z to allow the Performance Assurance Board (PAB) to recommend that the Panel publish notices to industry in respect of Performance Assurance Parties’ (PAPs’) contribution to Settlement Risk along with relevant risk data.
CP1567 ‘New BSC Procedure (BSCP) for Assurance Information Requests (AIRs)’
The AIR is a Performance Assurance Technique (PAT) which was introduced in May 2022. Currently there is no related BSCP for an AIR, therefore when issuing an AIR, there is no written obligation on Parties to adhere to the request.