Architecture Working Group (AWG)

The AWG is one of three industry working groups which Elexon is chairing and providing with technical leadership to support Ofgem’s Significant Code Review on Electricity Settlement Reform.

AWG’s role, outputs and timetable

The AWG is building on the Target Operating Model (TOM) for Market-wide Half Hourly Settlement, as delivered by the Design Working Group in August 2019, by developing, consulting on and recommending reference architecture to enable the preferred TOM. This reference architecture will set the framework for suitable data integration that is appropriate to the new MHHS services. 

The diagram below shows when the AWG plans to consult industry on its recommendations and when it intends to issue its final report to Ofgem. For each AWG meeting, we also produce a Headline Report summarising its discussions (see ‘Meetings’ below).  Since March 2020, all AWG meetings have been held remotely.

Milestones of project: Consultation on reference architecture (Q2 2021) - Final report to Ofgem for approval (Q2 2021)

What’s new?

The AWG is getting ready to consult on its recommended reference architecture and you can register for our webinar here. If you are an IT specialist or architect with an interest in this issue (or you know a specialist in your company who is) and would like to receive updates and a link to the consultation when it is published, please contact [email protected] and we will make sure you receive this information.


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