BSC Changes impacting the Transmission Company
This page shows which Modifications and Change Proposals have been identified as impacting the Transmission Company. 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.
P438 ‘Amending the BSC to address sanction orders’
This Modification would allow Elexon to seamlessly give effect to sanctions orders.
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.
P410 ‘Changing imbalance price calculations to comply with the Imbalance Settlement Harmonisation regulations’
P410 sought to introduce changes to the imbalance price calculations to ensure BSC compliance with the European Imbalance Settlement Harmonisation regulations.
P416 Introducing a route of appeal for the Annual Budget in line with the proposals for the Retail Energy Code
P416 seeks to amend the BSC to include an appeals mechanism that BSC Parties could use to challenge items in the Annual Budget.
P424 ‘Re-insert correct definition of Settlement Error’
P413 ‘Market-wide Half Hourly Settlement Programme Manager’
CP1531 ‘Additionally provide the TUoS Report to National Grid ESO at the II Settlement Run’
Additionally provide the TUoS Report to National Grid ESO at the II Settlement Run
P407 ‘Project MARI’
P402 ‘Enabling reform of residual network charging as directed by the Targeted Charging Review’
Following the conclusion of its Targeted Charging Review Significant Code Review , Ofgem directed National Grid and certain LDSOs to make changes to how residual revenues are recovered through Distribution Use of System (DUoS) and Transmission Network Use of System (TNUoS) demand charges.
P405: Allow notices via email where currently prohibited
P405 will allow notices that the BSC currently requires to be sent by post or fax to be sent by email.