BSC Panel

The BSC Panel plays an important role in helping to ensure that the provisions of the BSC are given effect; it must do so promptly, fairly, economically, efficiently, transparently and in such a manner as will promote effective competition in the generation, supply, sale and purchase of electricity.

About the Panel

The BSC Panel assesses Modification Proposals against a defined set of criteria laid out in the Transmission Company’s Licence, determines trading parameters and ensures that BSC Parties comply with the BSC rules.

BSC Panel Elections

The tenures of the current BSC Industry Panel Members end on 30 September 2018. We will request nominations for Panel Members towards the end of June 2018.

BSC Panel Members are appointed by election (in the case of Industry Members) or by appointment by the Panel Chairman (in the case of Independent Members), the Transmission Company and Citizens Advice / Citizens Advice Scotland as appropriate.

Panel Strategy and Governance

The BSC Panel’s strategic priorities are incorporated in a Strategic Work Programme, which feeds into the Annual BSCCo Business Plan.

An independent review of ELEXON’s Governance was carried out in 2013 by Bill Knight, following which the BSC Panel began to consider its own governance.  

Attending Panel Meetings

Please contact the if you want to attend the open session of any BSC Panel meeting.

Please note that we record BSC Panel meetings for quality and training purposes.

We do not publish these recordings. However, they may be shared with Panel members and the appointed attendees from Ofgem and Distribution Businesses as well as the BSC Auditor and employees of ELEXON Ltd.

By attending and/or participating in the BSC Panel meeting you agree that your contributions at the Panel meeting will be recorded.


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