SECMP0046 Allow DNOs to control Electric Vehicle chargers connected to Smart Meter infrastructure

Proposer Richard Hartshorn
Lead Analyst SEC Change
Date raised 21/02/2018
StageRefinement Process
Implementation date Unknown
Latest update

What is the issue?

This modification proposes changes to the SEC to enable electricity Distribution Network Operators to use Smart Meter infrastructure to modify Electric Vehicle charging load within a household. This is in order to avoid the risk of overloading low voltage circuits from secondary substations to properties, and therefore avoid power outages.

Latest Progress

This modification went to Working Group 6 on 20 March 2019. SECAS is to discuss with the DCC and Proposer to develop and agree a set of business requirements. These will be presented to relevant Sub-Committees and published on the SEC website for wider comment before being issued to the DCC for a Preliminary Assessment.

Modification documents

SECMP0046 Working Group 6 Headlines
03/04/2019
SECMP0046 Working Group 6 materials
13/03/2019
SECMP0046 Working Group 5 Headlines
12/02/2019
SECMP0046 Working Group 5 material
24/01/2019
SECMP0046 Working Group 4 meeting materials
28/11/2018
SECMP0046 Working Group 3 Headlines
14/11/2018
SECMP0046 Working Group 2 Headlines
16/10/2018
SECMP0046 Working Group 3 Agenda
16/10/2018
SECMP0046 Working Group 2 Agenda
16/10/2018
SECMP0046 Working Group 1 Headlines
16/10/2018
SECMP0046 Working Group 1 Agenda
16/10/2018
SECMP0046 Initial Modification Report
14/03/2018
SECMP0046 - Modification Proposal Form
26/02/2018
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