Formal title: Changes to DC, GC and CALF and the Effect on Energy Indebtedness

Current Status

Initial Written Assessment
Assessment Procedure
Report Phase
With Authority
Awaiting Implementation


The existing functionality of the Energy Contract Volume Aggregation Agent (ECVAA) does not enable application of revised values of BM Unit Credit Assessment Export Capability and BM Unit Credit Assessment Import Capability for a BM Unit in Energy Indebted ness calculations in the manner required by the Code, Section M 1.2.4. It is proposed that the Code is modified to align it with the BSC System functionality, to remove the requirement for the change to BM Unit Credit Assessment Export and Import Capability to be applied in Energy Indebtedness calculations as if it were effective from the first 29 days.


The Authority approved the Proposed Modification on 6 June 2002.


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