|Lead Analyst||Harry Jones|
|Implementation date||November 2021 SEC Release|
|Latest update||The Modification Proposal was taken to Panel on 16 April 2021 where it was confirmed the implementation date will remain as part of the November 2021 SEC Release.|
What is the issue?
The industry needs a simple and reliable mechanism for identifying where smart devices are, or are not, present at a location. This information is necessary for suppliers to establish whether there is a smart metering system they can communicate with at that location, and for distributors to correctly handle alerts. Issues have been identified in the current process where the DCC Service Flagging is incorrect and hinders the switching process for some consumers with smart meters.
What is the solution?
The Proposed Solution is to amend the Smart Energy Code (SEC) Appendix X ‘Registration Data Interface Specification’ and any other references in the SEC to the DCC Service Flags. The ‘W’ and ‘S’ Flags will be removed, and instead an ‘N’ and an ‘I’ Flag will take their place. By doing this, the new DCC Service Flag states should align to what is written in the SEC and allow Users to tell the difference between Devices on an SMS that are Active, installed but not commissioned or decommissioned.
Who is impacted?
Other SEC Parties
Other SEC Parties
What SEC documents are affected?
SEC Appendix X ‘Registration Data Interface Specification’
MP077 Modification Report Consultation responses
MP077 Legal Text v1.0
MP077 Modification Report Consultation
MP077 Modification Report v1.0
MP077 Impact Assessment v1.0
MP077 Business Requirements v0.5
MP077 Preliminary Assessment v1.0
MP077 June 2020 Working Group meeting summary
MP077 April 2020 Working Group summary
MP077 Refinement Consultation responses
MP077 Refinement Consultation
MP077 September 2019 Working Group Summary
DP077 Problem Statement v0.1
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