List of all BSC Modifications: News

View Modification P399 implemented to support greater competition for balancing services

Modification P399 implemented to support greater competition for balancing services

On 4 November Elexon implemented five changes to the Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC) as part of the November 2021 release. This comprises one Modification, P399 ‘Making the identity of Balancing Service providers visible in the Balancing Services Adjustment Data’, and four Change Proposals. Modifications amend BSC rules and Change Proposals amend BSC subsidiary documents.  

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View Webinar on P375: Settlement of Secondary BM Units held on 7 December 2021

Webinar on P375: Settlement of Secondary BM Units held on 7 December 2021

We are running a webinar on 7 December to help explain Modification P375: Settlement of Secondary BM Units using metering behind the site Boundary Point.

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View P412 National Grid ESO Consultation: responses due by 5pm on 26 November 2021

P412 National Grid ESO Consultation: responses due by 5pm on 26 November 2021

Source: National Grid ESO

NationalGrid invite all interested parties to respond to this consultation setting out their views on the options identified and any other areas that they consider to be relevant.  The conclusions from this consultation will feed into the P412 development process and allow all participants, NGESO and Ofgem to make an informed decision on how to progress an appropriate solution to this issue.

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View P332 Report Phase Consultation: Revisions to the Supplier Hub Principle

P332 Report Phase Consultation: Revisions to the Supplier Hub Principle

This is the Report Phase Consultation for P332 ‘Revisions to the Supplier Hub Principle’.

This Modification seeks to address issues associated with customer preferred Supplier Agents. The proposed solution is a side letter between Elexon and Supplier Volume Allocation (SVA) Data Collectors (DCs) which will enable a Supplier who does not have a direct contract with the DC to enforce, as a last resort, the side letter as a proxy contract, to ensure that BSC obligations are met. The proposed solution will now apply to SVA DCs only as SVA Meter Operator governance will move from the BSC to the Retail Energy Code (REC) from 1 September 2021 as part of Retail Code Consolidation (RCC).

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