The Smart Energy Code (SEC) is a multi-Party agreement which defines the rights and obligations of energy suppliers, network operators and other relevant parties involved in the end to end management of smart metering in Great Britain.
The SEC comes into force under the Data and Communications Company (DCC) Licence, which has been established to manage the smart metering communications infrastructure. The former Department of Energy and Climate Change (now the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) issued the designation of the SEC and the Charging Methodology on 23rd September 2013 following the granting of the DCC Licence.
The designation letter identified the members of the SEC Panel and Gemserv as the company which will act as the Smart Energy Code Administrator and Secretariat (SECAS).
Privacy Controls Framework Version 2.3 Published
15th February 2019
On the 15 February 2019 the SEC Panel approved the Privacy Controls Framework Version 2.3 for publication. Both the clean and tracked changed version can be found on our website here. The updates have been made to reflect recent discussions at the SEC Panel with suggested routes to compliance being updated. We have amended I1.3
On 14 January 2019 BEIS published a consultation seeking stakeholder views on the designation of the Transition and Migration Approach Document (TMAD) into the SEC. Following consideration of stakeholder responses, BEIS has now published its conclusions and decided to designate the TMAD as Appendix AL ‘SMETS1 Transition and Migration Approach Document’ to the SEC on 14 February
BEIS Consultation on approval of the User Testing Services Approach Document for SMETS1 services (UTSAD) and re-designation of the Enduring Test Approach Document (ETAD) and the Common Test Scenarios Document (CTSD)
12th February 2019
On 12 February 2019 BEIS published a consultation letter seeking views on the approval of the User Testing Services Approach Document for SMETS1 services (UTSAD), and re-designation of the Enduring Test Approach Document (ETAD) and the Common Test Scenarios Document (CTSD) The primary points being consulted on are: The content within the versions of UTSAD, CTSD
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