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Open Industry Consultations

Below is a list of open industry consultations which may be of interest to SEC Parties. If you are aware of a consultation to be added please email the details to SECAS@gemserv.com.

For the complete lists of industry consultations, please find the relevant web pages here:

SEC Consultations

Report Consultations

Refinement Consultations

Ofgem Consultations

BEIS Consultations

BEIS Consultation on SEC changes for the Enduring Change of Supplier Arrangements and Certain Security Provisions

BEIS is consulting on a number of matters relating to the Enduring Change of Supplier (ECoS) Arrangements as well as on a number of security related changes that affect SEC Section G, Section L and the Smart Meter Key Infrastructure (SMKI) Interface Design Specification.

Who should respond?

  • Those interested in the ECoS Arrangements.

Related Documents

Please find the main consultation document here and the accompanying consultation attachments here.

How to respond

Please contact smartmetering@beis.gov.uk by 5pm 20 May 2021.

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DCC Consultations

Delivery plan for Communications Hubs and Networks

Maintaining Smart functionality over the long term will require the introduction of new Communications Hubs (CHs) which will use the newer 4G network. The DCC’s CH&N Programme will assess options for this and then implement a chosen solution.

Who should respond?

  • Those interested in Communications Hubs and Smart functionality.

Related Documents

Please find the consultation document here.

How to respond

Please use the response template and contact consultations@smartdcc.co.uk by 4pm 7 May 2021.

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DCC Conclusion on the Migration Authorisation Mechanism (MAM) and the Migration Error Handling and Retry Strategy (MEHRS) for Final Operating Capability (FOC)

The changes to the MAM will be take effect on 23 April 2021. Pursuant to Clause 4.42 of the SMETS1 Transition and Migration Approach Document (TMAD), in the period before the MAM changes take effect, any Supplier Party may object to these changes by referring the matter to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). In accordance with Clause 8.9 of TMAD, within 14 days of the publication of the MEHRS changes, any Supplier Party may refer these changes to BEIS.

Please make any referrals to smets1_appeals@beis.gov.uk.

Who should respond?

  • Those interested in the MAM and MEHRS.

Related Documents

Please find the consultation conclusion document here.

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