Mini-consultation on the future of the SVA Data Catalogue, the User Requirements Specifications and BSC guidance documents
We are seeking views from interested parties on the future of certain BSC Document types. Specifically, the SVA Data Catalogue, the User Requirements Specifications, Guidance Notes and Simple Guides.
In this exploratory consultation, we outline options for the future of each of these document types. We will use the results from this consultation to inform what changes to make to these document types. Please provide your responses using this form.
The July 2022 CPC batch contains the consultations for CP1565 ‘Updating BSCP520 to address operational issues in the Central Management System’ and CP1566 ‘Introducing the CVA Commissioning End to End Check (CEEC) process’
CP1561 looks to update the Supplier Volume Allocation (SVA) Catalogue Volume 1 and 2 to include the approved data flows and data items from CP1546.
CP1562 seeks to update the NETA Interface Definition Documents Part 1 and 2 that were approved under P375, to provide clarity to the relevant Parties that make use of the document.
This Change Proposal will deliver improvements to the Complex Sites process.
Consultation on bringing forward the CP1535 Implementation Date from 1 April 2021 to 3 December 2020 due to the further delay of TERRE go-live.
P397 seeks to introduce a mechanism through which the Balancing and Settlement Code Company (BSCCo) determines whether Licensed Distribution System Operators (LDSOs), the National Electricicty Transmission System Operator (NETSO), certain Party Agents and BSC Agents, and BSCCo should carry out the Settlement Adjustment Processes following a demand control event (DCE). BSCCo would determine the nature of the DCE and, where necessary, determine and compare the costs and value of the DCE in order to determine whether the value of carrying out the Settlement Adjustment Processes outweigh the costs.
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.