MP133 Consequential changes to SEC Section G

Proposer Simon Crouch
Lead Analyst Harry Jones
Date raised 22/05/2020
Implementation date 29 November 2020
Latest update This modification was implemented on 29 November 2020 as part of the November 2020 SEC Release.

What is the issue?

Currently in the Smart Energy Code (SEC) Section G, G1.7 lists exclusions for Export Suppliers and Registered Supplier Agents (RSAs). There it states if you are a User who acts in either of those two User Roles, then SEC Section G’s obligations don’t apply except for the ones listed under G1.7. The “Shared Resources” section isn’t currently listed under G1.7, which means Export Suppliers and RSAs can ignore those obligations whilst not being in breach of the SEC.

What is the solution?

The Proposed Solution is to make a consequential change to SEC Section G. By adding the “Shared Resources” Sections G5.25-G5.26 to Section G1.7, the Export Suppliers and RSAs will be obligated to follow these requirements.

Who is impacted?

No SEC Parties will be impacted by the proposal, as it will only deliver a clarification.

What SEC documents are affected?

SEC Section G 'Security'


22 May 2020
Draft Proposal Raised
30 Jun 2020
Presented to Change Sub-Committee
17 Jul 2020
Panel Decision Date
20 Jul 2020
07 Aug 2020
Modification Report Consultation
26 Aug 2020
Change Board Vote

Modification documents

MP133 Conclusions Report v1.0
MP133 Legal Text v1.1
MP133 Modification Report Consultation responses
MP133 Modification Report Consultation
MP133 Modification Report v1.0
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