Change consultations

This page lists all Change Consultations which are opened when we need to obtain feedback from the industry on potential Modifications, Change Proposals and Issues. The page also includes Change consultations which have ceased to be active as they have reached their closed date.

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P372 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

The Balancing Mechanism Reporting Service (BMRS) is the primary channel for providing operational data relating to Great Britain’s (GB) Electricity Balancing and Settlement arrangements, as well as REMIT and European Transparency Regulation data. 

This Modification proposes to move a selection of Balancing Mechanism Reporting Service (BMRS) reporting items, currently set out in BSC Section V ‘Reporting’, to a new Code Subsidiary Document (CSD). This will remove the need to progress a Modification for future amendments while retaining obligations to provide or report required data remain within the BSC.

BMRS changes, which meet newly established criteria designed to speed up the progression of ‘De-Minimis BMRS Changes’ will not be subject to the normal Change Proposal (CP) consultation and will instead be progressed straight for decision. A 15 Working Day objection window will allow market participants to challenge the application of the criteria.

P384 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

P384 will ensure balancing information required by the European Electricity Balancing Guideline (EB GL) and the European Transparency Regulation (ETR) is available to Market Participants. It will also ensure the Balancing and Settlement Code Company (BSCCo) and National Electricity Transmission System Operator (NETSO) remains compliant with this European legislation.

P366 Assessment Procedure Consulation

Summary

P366 will amend how Supplier Charge SP08a is applied to Non Half Hourly non-domestic Meters that are hard-to-read (HTR). It is believed that applying Supplier Charge SP08a to HTR Metering Systems is anti-competitive and limits consumer choice. 

The Workgroup will review the responses and provide their final views, before submitting the Assessment Report to the Panel on 9 May 2019

P364 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

The current definition of Standard BM Unit configurations is too restrictive and not reflective of current market practices. Parties have to follow the non-Standard BM Unit registration process even though their Plant and Apparatus would be considered as standard in all respects other than how the BM Units are registered in CVA. This leads to inefficient and delayed registration activities. ELEXON’s ‘Review of Metering Dispensations and non-standard BMUs’ and changes in market participation over the last 24 months indicate that BSC Section K3.1 is not necessarily reflective of current market practice in terms of how Parties wish to register and configure their BM Units.

Furthermore, the BSC is not clear on what should be done when Plant and Apparatus are reconfigured in such a way that the new configuration is different enough that it does not meet the same criteria under which it was originally registered. Failure to notify these changes undermines the ability to accurately Balance and Settle the GB market.

P364 proposes to:

  • Amend BSC Section K so that certain configurations of Plant and Apparatus do not have to apply to the ISG where the Plant and Apparatus is otherwise of a standard configuration;
  • Amend the BSC and any associated CSDs to require Parties to consider if their BM Unit configuration has changed. If such changes result in a change of BM Unit configuration then the Party responsible should be required to seek approval based on their new configuration.
  • Amend BSC Section K3.1 (Configuration of BM Units) so that it reflects current Industry practice as well as any expected future changes to industry.

The P363+4 combined Assessment Report was presented to the Panel on 14 MArch 2019. the Panel agreed to amalgamate P363 into P364 and allow P364 to move into the Report Phase. Following amalgamation of P363 and P364, only the P364 page will be updated. The P363 page will not be updated.

P382 report Phase Consultation

Summary

The European Union Withdrawal Act (2018) will allow the BSC to remain operative immediately following exit day. However, there will be technical inaccuracies, which may lead to confusion for anyone not familiar with the relevant Brexit legislations, and will need updating as soon as possible.

Most EU regulations will be retained in UK law in the event of the UK leaving the EU without a deal – a ‘no-deal Brexit’. However, the UK government has laid Statutory Instruments (SIs) that, when in force, will mean that some parts of EU Regulations will not be retained i.e. some Articles within Regulations will effectively be ‘deleted’ from retained UK law (some of the ‘deleted’ articles are, in some cases, replaced by UK replacement legislation but, not all). This means that the BSC will need to be updated to reflect this. Additionally, references to partially retained EU Regulations will need to be updated.

It should be noted that some revoked EU Legislation may not lead to the BSC being amended as it is more efficient for these parts of the BSC to remain ‘dormant’ until further details emerge of the UK’s future relationship with the EU post-Brexit. An example would be parts of the Code dealing with P344 ‘Project TERRE’ which won’t become ‘active’ until December 2019.

P372 Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

The requirement to raise a Modification to make additions or changes to the data reported via the Balancing Mechanism Reporting Service (BMRS), is contributing to extended timescales for implementing these updates.

P372 aims to simplify the governance arrangements and reduce the timescales for the publication of data on the Balancing Mechanism Reporting Service (BMRS). 

The BSC is constructed in a way that means the burden of governance can be reduced while maintaining appropriate oversight, by taking BMRS changes out of the Modification process and putting them under formal control of the Change Proposal (CP) process.

P381 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

P381 proposes to remove Section C3.9.1 of the BSC in respect of ‘quarterly reports’. Currently, the quarterly reports are not viewed by market participants, as the information is made readily available in a more timely and accessible manner elsewhere on the BSC Website. Therefore, the current quarterly reports process utilises ELEXON resource that could be better used adding greater value for our customers.

 

P380 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

Recent changes to the Replacement Reserve Implementation Framework (RRIF), specifically the Transmission System Operator (TSO) energy bid submission gate closure time for Replacement Reserves (RR), mean that National Grid as the GB Electricity System Operator (ESO) will not be able to be compliant with the Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC) obligations introduced under Modification P344 ‘Project TERRE implementation into GB market arrangements’.

This Modification proposes to modify the  BSC Section Q ‘Balancing Mechanism Activities’ wording introduced by P344 to ensure National Grid ESO’s continued compliance with the BSC and the RRIF.

P363 and P364 Assessment Consultation

Summary

Following ELEXON’s review of Metering Dispensation the decision was made to raise two separate Modifications, P363 ‘Simplifying the registration of new configurations of BM Units’ and P364 ‘Clarifying requirements for registering and maintaining BM Units’, to address the issues that were found. Separate Modifications were proposed to address the two different defects at hand. It was thought that by keeping the Modifications separate we avoid the possibility of them being dependent on each other when it comes to approval and/or rejection. 

The combined P363/4 Workgroup identified a single solution that will remedy both the P363 and P364 defects. The proposed solution for P363/4 has four elements:

  • Expand BSC Section K ‘Classification and registration of Metering Systems and BM units’ Section 3 criteria for those BM Unit configurations that are deemed to meet the conditions to be registered as a Standard BM Unit;
  • Lay down new criteria for what is considered to be a Standard BM Unit;
  • Change the BSC so that an application to register BM Units must either meet the configuration criteria (bullet one above) or align with the new list of registration criteria (bullet two above) to be considered as a Standard BM Unit; and
  • Removing the need to apply for a Non-Standard BM Unit where the configuration is Standard but there is more than one Party involved.

P378 Modification Consultation

Summary

We have issued Urgent Modification Proposal P378 ‘ Introduction of a CM Supplier Interim Charge’ for industry consultation, with responses invited by 5pm on Tuersday 29 January 2019.

P378 seeks to use the BSC to introduce a CM Supplier Interim Charge for Suppliers. This will act as a contingency fund to protect the industry, and customers, from a price shock in the event that the CM standstill is lifted and back payments are required to be made. The Modification solution is based on the recommendations of Issue 76.

P370 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

We have issued P370 ‘Allow the Panel to designate non-BSC Parties to raise Modifications’ for Report Phase Consultation,  interested parties were invited to respond by Friday 25 January 2019. P370 seeks to allow the BSC Panel, instead of Ofgem, to designate interested third parties to raise Modification Proposals and for Ofgem to become the appeals body. P370 also opens up the Issues process to non-BSC Parties. 

P377 Amending Gate Closure references in Market Index Data

Summary

BSC Section T 1.5.3(b)(iii) defines ‘short term’ in relation to Market Index Data as a time period in reference to Gate Closure. Following BSC Modification P342 implemented in November 2017, the deadline for contracts for delivery in a Settlement Period has moved from Gate Closure to the Submission Deadline. P342 did not change the Market Index Definition Statement (MIDS) to reflect this. The 2018 MIDS Review is proposing to amend references of Gate Closure to the Submission Deadline to include trades taken in the hour prior to a Settlement Period in Market Index Data which will impact Market Index Data Providers. This change to the MIDS will need BSC Panel approval in November and approval from the Authority.

P370 Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

We have issued P370 ‘Allow the Panel to designate non-BSC Parties to raise Modifications’ for Assessment Procedure Consultation, which you are invited to respond to by Monday, 12 November 2018. P370 seeks to allow the BSC Panel, instead of Ofgem, to designate interested third parties to raise Modification Proposals and for Ofgem to become the appeals body. P370 also opens up the Issues process to non-BSC Parties.

P369 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

P369 proposes to modify the Balancing Settlement Code (BSC) to reflect the creation of a new National Grid Electricity System Operator (NGESO) that is legally separate from National Grid Electricity Transmission Limited (NGET). Further information can be found on the P369 webpage.

This is the P369 Report Phase Consultation, whereby industry views are requested in respect of the BSC Panel’s initial recommendations on the Modification.

P361 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

P361 seeks to exclude Interconnector Balancing Mechanism (BM) Units from the Main Funding Share and SVA (Production) Funding Share BSC Charges, in order to better facilitate the EU Third Package.

P362 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

P362 seeks to enable BSC Parties to be derogated against specific BSC obligations in order to trial pre-competitive and innovative products and services.

P368 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

P368 shall amend provisions in the timing and revision of the Performance Assurance Framework  (PAF) Procedure documents in order to support the objectives of the PAF Review in delivering a more efficient and effective PAF.  Further information can be found on the P368 webpage.

This is the P368 Report Phase Consultation, whereby industry views are requested in respect of the BSC Panel’s initial recommendations on the Modification.

P367 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

P367 proposes to remove all obsolete Supplemental Balancing Reserve (SBR) and Demand Side Balancing Reservice (DSBR) requirements, definitions, and references from the BSC and subsidiary documents. Further information can be found on the P367 webpage.

This is the P367 Report Phase Consultation, whereby industry views are requested in respect of the BSC Panel’s initial recommendations on the Modification.

P359 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

P359 seeks to introduce a new mechanised process for Generation Capacity (GC) and Demand Capacity (DC) re-declarations following a ‘GC/DC breach’. More details on the P359 page.

P344 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

P344 seeks to align the Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC) with the European Balancing Project TERRE (Trans European Replacement Reserves Exchange) requirements. This is in order to allow the implementation of the TERRE balancing product at national level and hence ensure compliance with the European Electricity Balancing Guideline (EB GL).

This is the P344 Report Phase Consultation, whereby industry views are requested in respect of the BSC Panel’s initial recommendations on the Modification.

P362 second Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

At its meeting on 23 April 2018, the Workgroup, in response to the first Assessment Consultation responses, decided to raise an Alternative Modification. This requires second Assessment Procedure Consultation. The Proposed Solution is identical to the Proposed Modification, except that the Alternative allows the Transmission Company (TC) to apply for, and be granted, BSC Derogations.

P362 seeks to enable BSC Parties to be derogated against specific BSC obligations in order to trial pre-competitive and innovative products and services. Ofgem will act as the point of entry to co-ordinate applications across the industry. This is designed to improve the customer experience and reduce the burden for applicants, particularly where applications require derogation from more than one industry code

P361 Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

Under the EU Third Package (Article 2 of Regulation 714/2009) Interconnector flows should be treated as part of the Transmission System and not as Production or Consumption. The current BSC charging arrangements are not aligned with the EU Third Package. This Modification Proposal seeks to exclude Interconnector Balancing Mechanism (BM) Units from the Main Funding Share and SVA (Production) Funding Share BSC Charges, in order to better facilitate the EU Third Package.

The intent of the Proposed solution is that the excluded BSC Charges will be recalculated and re-billed from the implementation date back to the start of the previous financial year (1 April). The effects of this will be that any BSC Charges in the current financial year to date, will be recalculated and re-billed as one lump sum payment, subject to P361 approval.

P362 Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

P362 seeks to enable BSC Parties to be derogated against specific BSC obligations in order to trial pre-competitive and innovative products and services. Ofgem will act as the point of entry to co-ordinate applications across the industry. This is designed to improve the customer experience and reduce the burden for applicants, particularly where applications require derogation from more than one industry code.

ELEXON will receive applications via Ofgem and prepare relevant information for the Panel’s consideration. The Panel will make a recommendation to Ofgem whether to approve or reject the derogation. Ofgem will decide whether to grant the derogation and synchronise derogations across the impacted codes and licences. Anyone can apply for derogation, but non-Parties will be required to accede to the Code and complete the relevant market entry processes before the derogation can be effective.

P359 Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

P359 proposes to introduce an automated process for GC and DC submissions. As such, the Modification seeks to:

  • Improve the accuracy of GC and DC declarations following a breach by introducing
    a consistent, objective and mechanistic method used for all re-declarations; and
  • Relieve BSC Parties of the burden of re-declaring GC and DC values following a
    breach by requiring ELEXON to administer the mechanistic method.

P356 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

P356 will align the BSC with Grid Code Modification GC0099, which seeks to introduce the Interconnector Scheduled Transfer process to the Grid Code. This is in order to establish common, cross-code provisions which are compatible with both the EU single intraday market coupling processes, and GB and EU balancing processes. The P356 Assessment Report was presented to the Panel on 8 February 2018 and the Panel is now consulting on their views ahead of the Draft Modification Report being presented to the Panel on 8 March 2018.

P365 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

P365 seeks to amend the BSC such that the ELEXON Board can determine whether to bid for the role of REC administrator (and perform the role if the contract is awarded to ELEXON). This will be done via a separate not for profit subsidiary (RECASCo), funded by ELEXON (through BSC Parties).

ELEXON operates on a not for profit basis, therefore if the ELEXON Board determines a bid should be submitted, the costs incurred will be borne by BSC Parties, with bid costs capped at the sum of £100k.

The proposed changes ensure that ELEXON is ring-fenced from any enduring operational costs and risks associated with performing the role of REC administrator.

P354 – Report Phase Consultation

Summary

P354 seeks to allow the Transmission Company to provide Applicable Balancing Services Volume Data (ABSVD) for non-BM Balancing Services to BSC Central Systems for allocation to the appropriate Supplier BM Units to correct Suppliers’ Energy Imbalance positions.

P354 – Second Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

P354 seeks to allow the Transmission Company to provide Applicable Balancing Services Volume Data (ABSVD) for non-BM Balancing Services providers to BSC Central Systems for allocation to the appropriate Supplier BM Unit to correct their Energy Imbalance position. Since the first Assessment Procedure Consultation, the proposed solution has been amended as follows:

  • The BSC Systems will aggregate MSID ABSVD to Supplier BM Unit level and use this to correct the Supplier’s Energy Imbalance position
  • Removal of the opt-out provision under BSC Section Q6.4.5
  • Amend BSC Section Q6.4.8 with the intention that Suppliers’ positions in all reasonable endeavours be corrected by SF but no later than R1
  • All MSID ABSVD will be reported to the affected Supplier.

P344 Second Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

P344 seeks to align the Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC) with the European Balancing Project TERRE (Trans European Replacement Reserves Exchange) requirements. This is in order to allow the implementation of the project at national level and be compliant with the first tranche of obligations in the European Electricity Balancing Guideline (EB GL).

P354 Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

P354 seeks to allow the Transmission Company to provide Applicable Balancing Services Volume Data (ABSVD) for non-BM Balancing Services providers to BSC Central Systems for allocation to the appropriate Supplier account to correct their Energy Imbalance position.

P356 Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

P356 will align the BSC with Grid Code Modification GC0099, which seeks to introduce the interconnector scheduled transfer process to the Grid Code. This is in order to establish common, cross-code provisions which are compatible with both the EU single intraday market coupling processes, and GB and EU balancing processes

P358 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

P358 proposes to amend BSC Section K to allow ELEXON to carry over BSC Seasonal GC/DC.

P357 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

P357 proposes to remove the Generation Capacity (GC) and Demand Capacity (DC) tolerance limit parameters from Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC) Section K ‘Classification and Registration of Metering Systems and BM Units’. This will allow the tolerances to be reviewed and updated from time to time without the need for a Modification.

P332 Data Request

Summary

The P332 ‘Revisions to the Supplier Hub Principle’ Workgroup is requesting all Suppliers and Supplier Agents respond to this request for data to support its assessment.

P339 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This is the Report Phase Consultation for P339 ‘Introduction of new Consumption Component Classes for Measurement Classes E-G’.

P347 – Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This is the ReportPhase Consultation for P347 ‘Reduction in R1 Read Requirement for HH Sites’

P351 Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

This is the Assessment Procedure Consultation for P351’Align the BSC with changes to the SCR requirements’.

P320 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

The implementation of P272 would require changes to the existing PARMS Serials to report any non-compliance. The Proposer believes that a Committee report would be a more suitable reporting tool than PARMS Serials and proposes to remove the PARMS Serial reporting requirements introduced by P272. Reporting P272 non-compliance using a Committee report would also remove the proposed Supplier Charge under P272.

The BSC Panel initially recommended approval of P320. This Report Phase Consultation seeks market participants’ views on the Panel’s initial recommendation.

P315 Assessment Procedure Consultation v3.0

Summary

P315 proposes to give industry participants and potential new entrants more equal access to basic market share information. It proposes to increase transparency of Metered Volumes and MPAN counts for Suppliers that have a market share above the defined reporting threshold, make market level consumption information available to a wider range of market participants. In addition, the Alternative Modification would make available some historical GSP Group consumption totals information and some Supplier-specific information in an aggregated form.

CP1434 Request for Information

Summary

This Request for Information seeks further information on CP1434 ‘Amend the three digit numeric Line Loss Factor Class (LLFC) Id to an Alphanumeric LLFC Id’ and two potential alternative solutions.

It seeks information from Distribution System Operators (DSOs) on when and why they will run out of LLFCs and the consequences of this happening, and high-level information from all participants on the impacts, costs and lead times of two alternative solution options.

This information will assist the Supplier Volume Allocation Group (SVG) in making its determination on CP1434.

P315 Assessment Procedure Consultation v2.0

Summary

P315 was issued for industry consultation on 9 February 2015. The Workgroup subsequently developed its proposed and alternative solutions taking into account of the responses received from the previous industry consultation. This second consultation seeks market participants’ views on the P315 proposed and alternative solutions to inform the Workgroup’s further assessment of P315.

P272 Extension Request Consultation

Summary

This P272 Extension Request Consultation has been issued on behalf of the Panel, which seeks further information to enable it to consider whether to request that the Authority agree to delay the implementation of P272 and, if so, what revised P272 Implementation Date to request.

P315 Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

This is the Assessment Procedure Consultation for P315 ‘Publication of Gross Supplier Market Share Data’.

P315 Impact Assessment Consultation

Summary

P315 aims to increase transparency in the electricity supply market by publishing monthly Supplier market share data.

The Workgroup has identified three potential solution options to provide Supplier market share data to the industry. We invite you to respond to this Impact Assessment to help the Workgroup identify the activities, costs and lead times required from you to implement P315 should it be approved.

P272 Implementation Plan Questionnaire Consultation

Summary

Approved Modification P272 makes Half Hourly (HH) Settlement mandatory for Profile Classes (PCs) 5-8 Metering Systems with Advanced Meters and comes into effect on 1 April 2016. In order for the Performance Assurance Board (PAB) to monitor the transition effectively, the questionnaire has been derived for Suppliers and their Agents to fill out to report their preparation plan for the implementation.

P256 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This consultation document seeks respondents’ views on the issues raised by P256: Improving efficiency and clarity of the Trading Disputes process.

P260 Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

This consultation document seeks respondents’ views on the issues raised by P260: Extension to data provided to the Transmission Company in the TUoS Report.

P253 Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

This consultation document seeks respondents’ views on the issues raised by P253: Improving the accuracy of the credit calculation for SVA participants.

P259 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This consultation document seeks respondents’ views on the issues raised by P259: Provision of Applicable Balancing Service Volumes for Interconnectors.

P263 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This consultation document seeks respondents’ views on the issues raised by P263: Code Governance Review: Send Back Process and Environmental Assessment.

P262 Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

This consultation document seeks respondents’ views on the issues raised by P262: Code Governance Review: Significant Code Reviews, Self Governance and Code Administration Code of Practice.

P260 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This consultation document seeks respondents’ views on the issues raised by P260: Extension to data provided to the Transmission Company in the TUoS Report.

P265 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This consultation document seeks respondents’ views on the issues raised by P265: Improving the Accuracy of the Credit Calculation (P253 Alternative solution).

P253 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This consultation document seeks respondents’ views on the issues raised by P253: Improving the accuracy of the credit calculation for SVA participants.

P262 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This consultation document seeks respondents’ views on the issues raised by P262: Code Governance Review: Significant Code Reviews, Self Governance and Code Administration Code of Practice.

P266 Assessment Procedure Consultation

Summary

This consultation document seeks respondents’ views on the issues raised by P266: Improving the allocation of Reactive Power flows between Import and Export Metering Systems.

P266 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This consultation document seeks respondents’ views on the issues raised by P266: Improving the allocation of Reactive Power flows between Import and Export Metering Systems.

P264 Assessment Phase Consultation

Summary

This is an Assessment Phase consultation for P264 ‘Two-thirds majority requirement for Panel recommendations on licence originated Modifications’

P270 Assessment Phase Consultation

Summary

This is an Assessment Phase consultation for Modification P270 ‘The Application of Line Loss Factors to GSPs that are not Transmission-interconnected’

P264 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This is an Assessment Phase consultation for Modification P264 ‘Two-thirds majority requirement for Panel recommendations on licence originated Modifications’

P269 Assessment Phase Consultation

Summary

This is the Assessment Phase consultation for P269 ‘Prevention of Base Trading Unit BMUs’ Account Status Flipping from Consumption to Production’.

P268 Assessment Phase Consultation

Summary

This is an Assessment Phase Consultation for P268 ‘Clarify the P/C status process for exempt BM Units’.

P270 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This is a Report Phase consultation for P270 ‘The Application of Line Loss Factors to GSPs that are not Transmission-interconnected’.

P269 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

Modification P269 ‘Prevention of Base Trading Unit BMUs’ Account Status Flipping from Consumption to Production (the “Flipping” mod)’ is issued for Report Phase Consultation.

P268 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This is the Report Phase consultation for Modification P268 ‘Clarify the P/C status process for exempt BM Units’

P272 Impact Assessment

Summary

P272 ‘Mandatory Half Hourly Settlement for Profile Classes 5-8’ is in the Assessment Procedure Phase and the Modification Workgroup invites you to respond to this impact assessment.

P273 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This is the Report Phase Consultation forModification P273 ‘Make the SVA Funding Share Calculation robust to changes in Scaling Weights’.

P271 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This is the Report Phase Consultation for Modification P271 ‘NETSO Consultation in relation to any potential changes to the BSC which takes place in forums other than the BSC Panel’.

P272 Assessment Phase Consultation

Summary

This is the Assessment Phase consultation for P272 ‘Mandatory Half Hourly Settlement for Profile Classes 5-8’

P272 Second Assessment Consultation

Summary

This is the seond Assessment Consultation issued for P272.

The P272 Workgroup issued an assessment consultation on Friday 23 September. The Group subsequently met on the Friday 21 October to discuss the consultation responses and how best to proceed with the Modification. During the discussions, Ofgem asked the Group whether they could better quantify the costs and benefits of P272, to help inform their recommendation to the BSC Panel. In the light of Ofgem’s questions, the Group agreed to consult further to ascertain a clearer picture of what the costs will be across the industry, including initial set up costs and ongoing costs.

P275 Assessment Consultation

Summary

This is the Assessment Phase consultation for P275 ‘Extending BSC Performance Assurance’.

P280 Assessment Consultation Procedure

Summary

P280 seeks to introduce new Measurement Classes for Half Hourly-settled customers in the Domestic, SME and I&C markets, and a requirement for the Supplier Volume Allocation Agent to provide Distributors with aggregated Half Hourly consumption data for Metering Systems registered to these new Measurement Classes.

P279 Report Phase Consultation

Summary

This will the Report Phase consultation for Modification P279 ”Correcting the BSC description of the CDCA to SVAA interface for GSP Group net Export’.

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