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SEC Newsletter May 2018

Hi all, It is said that the only constant in life is change, and that is true even with the change process itself. Following the completion of our SEC Section D Review, three Modification Proposals were raised to progress the key findings, with the core proposal being the introduction of a new Development Stage to

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SEC Newsletter April 2018

Good afternoon, Welcome to the new financial year, and for some of the SEC Sub-Committees, that means a new round of member nominations and elections. The Sub-Committees play an invaluable role in ensuring the Panel are supported to deliver the SEC Objectives; the first of which is to facilitate the efficient provision, installation, and operation,

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SECAS Newsletter March 2018

Message from SECAS Hello all, I hope you had an enjoyable and relaxing Easter break. From a Technical and Operations perspective, the first quarter of 2018 was filled with preparations for Release 2.0, the SMETS1 Services release, and bedding down the role and activities of the Operations Group that was established at the end of

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SECAS Newsletter February 2018

  Hi all, If there is one thing that remains the same with the SEC, it is that there is a lot of Change happening. This month the SEC Change team have been supporting 27 open Modification Proposals, designated two versions of the Smart Energy Code, and hosted a successful SEC Section D workshop as

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SECAS Newsletter January 2018

Welcome to the first Smart Energy Code Newsletter of 2018. This is due to be another significant year for the Smart Metering Implementation Programme and the SEC. Key milestones such as the SMETS1 and Advanced Metering Exception end dates are approaching, with SMETS1 Enrolment and Adoption activities scheduled to occur. Release 2.0 is also scheduled

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SECAS Newsletter December 2017

SEC Governance SEC Panel The SEC Panel held its latest meeting on 8th December 2017. The key topics and decisions discussed can be found in the Meeting Headlines here. Key items discussed include: The Panel agreed to write to the Secretary of State recommending the approval of the entry and exit criteria within the Release 2.0

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SECAS Newsletters – January – November 2017

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