Welcome to the Smart Energy Code

​​​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).

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SEC Variation Testing Approach Document (SVTAD) for SMETS1

BEIS today issued its response to the consultation issued in August on incorporation into the SEC of the SEC Variation Testing Approach Document (SVTAD)  for SMETS1, together with the SVTAD. BEIS further directed that SVTAD be incorporated into the SEC from the 18th September 2018. On 24th July 2018 BEIS consulted on the timing for

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SEC Modifications Question Hour – October 2018

The next SEC Modifications Question Hour will be held on Monday, 8th October 2018. The session will begin at 11am with an update on the progress of active Modification Proposals going through the SEC Modification Process. Following this, there will be an opportunity for SEC Parties to ask their questions regarding any active Modification Proposals or the Modification Process

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Second iteration of the TABASC Effectiveness Review questionnaire has been issued – response invited by 12th October 2018

The Effectiveness Review The Smart Energy Code (SEC) Sections F1.4 (e), (f) and (g) set out the requirements for the Technical Architecture and Business Architecture Sub-Committee (TABASC), when directed to do so by the Panel, to review the effectiveness of the End-to-End Technical Architecture, Business Architecture and the HAN requirements. Second iteration of the Effectiveness

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