Consultations for all Process, Operational and Credit areas
This page lists all Consultations relating to BSC and code processes, Market Entry and Compliance, and Operations and Settlement. The consultations allow ELEXON to gather feedback from the industry about proposed changes so that any concerns are considered as part of our processes.
This list does not include Change Consultations.
This consultation seeks views on including an alternative review process in the Credit Assessment Price (CAP) Review Guidance Document in light of volatile electricity market prices.
We are consulting on an increase of the CAP to £259/MWh from the last notified value of £184/MWh. A change to CAP can impact the amount of Credit Cover required by a BSC Party.
We are consulting on an increase of the CAP to £184/MWh from the last notified value of £137/MWh.
We are seeking your views on the annual Market Index Definition Statement (MIDS) review. If you represent BSC Parties or any other party in connection with the MIDS please respond to this online consultation.
We are consulting on an increase of the CAP to £137/MWh from the last notified value of £113/MWh.
This consultation seeks views on the draft reference Network Mapping Statement for use in the allocation of Transmission Loss Factors (TLFs) for BSC Year 2022-2023.
This consultation details the proposed methodology for setting Load Periods and Sample Settlement Periods used in the derivation of Zonal Transmission Loss Factors (TLFs), as required by the Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC).
We have issued a consultation paper on the value of the Credit Assessment Price (CAP). We are consulting on an increase of the CAP to £113/MWh from the current value of £96/MWh.
This consultation has now closed. See the outcome of the consultation.
This is the Assessment Procedure 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).
This Modification will update the BSC to ensure it accurately reflects the BSC provisions constituting the network code on electricity emergency and restoration (NCER) Rules in the mapping for the European Electricity Balancing Guideline (EBGL) Article 18 Terms and Conditions. Both the EBGL and the NCER were incorporated into UK law by the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 following the UK-EU transition period.