BEIS Consultation on SEC Subsidiary Document Amendments and Designation Date Supporting Go Live of Initial DCC SMETS1 Service Operating Capability

18 June 2019

BEIS have issued a consultation on amendments to Smart Energy Code (SEC) Subsidiary Documents (SSDs) to support go live of initial DCC SMETS1 Service operating capability to enable the enrolment and operation of SMETS1 devices in the DCC’s national communications network. This is to support the interoperability of these devices when consumers change energy supplier. The consultation also covers the date on which the SSDs annexed to the BEIS consultation letter are to be incorporated into the SEC.

A letter introducing the consultation and explaining the proposal and rationale in more detail can be found here.

How can I respond to this consultation?

Please send your responses or any enquiries to


Smart Metering Implementation Programme – Delivery
Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy,
2nd floor,
1 Victoria Street,

The deadline for responses to this consultation is 5pm Tuesday 9 July 2019.