On 22 December 2021, the Change Board decided to approve MP188 ‘Temporary Communications Hub Ordering and Delivery Rules extension’. An updated version of the Smart Energy Code (SEC) came into effect today, on 23 December 2021 to implement MP188.
The Data Communications Company (DCC) considered that an extension to the validity period of the Temporary Communications Hub Ordering and Delivery Rules (TCHODR) should be granted, so that requirements on 2022 orders could be amended and Communications Hub volumes secured. This document was set to expire as of 1 January 2022 but the end-date on the TCHODR has now been removed by MP188. Instead, any requirements set out within the TCHODR will include a specific end date agreed by the Panel following consultation.
The DCC has further developed the TCHODR to account for the 2022 orders. This took place separate to this modification through industry engagement and consultation. On 17 December 2021, the SEC Panel signed off these changes as per the process set out in SEC Section F5.1A.
What parts of the SEC were affected?
The following parts of the SEC were affected:
- SEC Section F ‘Smart Metering System Requirements’
Where can I access the redlining?
The redlined changes can be found on CodeWorks via the links below:
Our Document Log lists the versions of each SEC document now in effect following this release.
You can download the individual SEC documents from the SEC and Supporting Documents section of our website or via CodeWorks.