BSC Changes impacting a SVA HH Meter Operator Agent
This page shows which Modifications and Change Proposals have been identified as impacting a SVA Half Hourly Meter Operator Agent. 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.
CP1530 ‘Introduction of a formalised process for the validation of measurement transformer ratios by Elexon’
CP1534 ‘Introduce Change of Supplier (CoS) – No Meter Process’
P420 ‘Retail Code Consolidation Significant Code Review’
P423 ‘Market-wide Half Hourly Settlement (MHHS) Implementation and Governance Arrangements’
P375 ‘Settlement of Secondary BM Units using metering behind the site Boundary Point’
P375 will allow Metering Equipment situated ‘behind’ the defined Boundary Point to be used for Settlement purposes in place of the Boundary Point Meter. Primarily, this will allow balancing-related services on-site from smaller assets to be separated from current imbalance-related activities, more accurately reflecting the balancing-energy volumes provided by the Balancing Service Provider (BSP).
CP1532 ‘Reduce Half Hourly Change of Supplier timelines to meet the Initial Settlement Run’
P430 ‘Extension of P375 to include Suppliers’
P430 seeks to extend the solution to Approved Modification P375 ‘Settlement of Secondary BM Units using metering behind the site Boundary Point’ to allow Suppliers to register Asset Meters and allocate Asset Metering System Identifier (AMSID) Pairs to Secondary Balancing Mechanism Units (SBMUs).
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.
CP1563 ‘Altering the Trigger Point and subsequent Timescales for Commissioning SVA CT Operated Metering Systems and issue of Data Flow’
CP1563 seeks to update some of the trigger points for Current Transformer (CT) Commissioning and subsequent sending of data flows as the Proposer considers that they are not appropriate for CT operated metering systems of all types.