The Design Working Group thanks respondents of the skeleton Target Operating Model consultation

One of the key outputs of Ofgem’s Significant Code Review on Electricity Settlement Reform is the development of a Target Operating Model (TOM) for market-wide Half Hourly Settlement. The ELEXON-led Design Working Group (DWG) recently consulted on five skeleton TOM options. We received 19 responses, which you can find on the DWG page of our website. 

ELEXON and the DWG thank all respondents for taking the time to provide views. The DWG is encouraged that the responses confirm all five TOMs to be viable options and that it has not missed any other TOM or significant aspects of design. The responses show that there is no industry consensus at this stage on an overall preferred TOM. As a result, the DWG will take all of the TOMs forward for further detailed design and evaluation. You can find a more detailed summary of the DWG’s discussion of the responses in its Meeting 8 Headline Report.

The DWG looks forward to continuing to engage with you over the next year as its work progresses. 


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