SECMP 0047: Default Provisions for Other SEC Parties

Date raised 26/03/2018 Modifications Path Path 3 – Self Governance
Current stage Not Applicable Overall status Accepted - implemented
Refinement? No Urgent modification? No
Proposer name Gary Cottrell Proposer's organisation Energy and Utilities Alliance

Summary

This modification seeks to remove text in SEC Section M that may place several SEC parties into default after the transitional variation period expires on 31st October 2018. With many Other SEC Parties not holding licences, the appropriate area of the SEC Section M has to be updated to prevent them being penalised.

Proposed implementation timetable

Modification Proposal raised: 27 March 2018

Initial Modification Report presented to Panel: 13 April 2018

Modification Report Consultation: 19 April 2018 – 11 May 2018

Change Board vote: 20 June 2018

Implementation date

31/10/2018

Documents

  • Modification Proposal Raised
  • Initial Modification Report
  • Refinement Process
  • Modification Report
  • Change Board Vote
  • Modification Decision
SECMP0047 - Modification Proposal Form
29/03/2018
No files
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SECMP0047 Modification Report Consultation
19/04/2018
SECMP0047 Modification Report Consultation Responses
17/05/2018
SECMP0047 Final Modification Report
20/06/2018
SECMP0047 Decision Document
22/06/2018
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