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BEIS consultation on the proposed update of the BMPPA scheme relating to delivery of Release 2.0 (including dual band Communications Hubs) by the DCC (Closing Date: 18 August 2020)

BEIS consultation on the proposed update of the BMPPA scheme relating to delivery of Release 2.0 (including dual band Communications Hubs) by the DCC

BEIS have published a consultation on proposals to modify the Baseline Margin Project Performance Adjustment (BMPPA) Scheme for Release 2.0. The scheme includes incentives that relate to the DCC’s delivery of Dual Band Communications Hubs.

Who should respond?

  • Stakeholders
  • Those interested in the Baseline Margin Project Performance Adjustment Scheme and Dual Band Communications Hubs

Related Documents

Please find the consultation document here.

How to respond

Please contact smartmetering@beis.gov.uk by 5pm 18 August 2020.

BEIS Consultation on BMPPA Scheme for ECoS (Closing Date: 14 August 2020)

BEIS Consultation on BMPPA Scheme for ECoS

BEIS have published a consultation on proposals for a Baseline Margin Project Performance Adjustment (BMPPA) Scheme to be made under Schedule 1 of Condition 38 of the Smart Meter Communication Licence. The scheme relates to the DCC’s delivery of the Enduring Change of Supplier Arrangements which will replace the existing Transitional Change of Supplier arrangements.

Who should respond?

Related Documents

Please find the consultation document here.

How to respond

Please contact smartmetering@beis.gov.uk by 5pm 14 August 2020.

BEIS Consultation on Changes to Smart Energy Code Technical Specifications and Subsidiary Documents (Closing Date: 16 July 2020)

BEIS Consultation on Changes to Smart Energy Code Technical Specifications and Subsidiary Documents

BEIS have published a consultation on changes to Smart Energy Code (SEC) Technical Specifications and Subsidiary Documents (SSDs) that BEIS is proposing to designate or re-designate for inclusion into the SEC in September 2020 and November 2020 to align with the November SEC Release.

Who should respond?

  • Stakeholders
  • Those interested in the SEC Technical Specifications and Subsidiary Documents

Related Documents

Please find the consultation document here.

How to respond

Please contact smartmetering@beis.gov.uk by 5pm 16 July 2020.

Smart Meter Coordinated Consumer Engagement (Closing Date: 13 August 2020)

Smart Meter Coordinated Consumer Engagement

BEIS are consulting on a number of changes to Smart Energy GB, to focus on supporting the next phase of the Smart Meter rollout beyond 2020. Their proposals include updating Smart Energy GB’s objectives, strengthening its governance framework and revising its funding mechanism.

Who should respond?

  • Stakeholders
  • Those interested in Smart Energy GB and the Smart Meter rollout

Related Documents

Please find the consultation document here.

How to respond

Please contact smartmetering@beis.gov.uk by 4pm 13 August 2020.

CfD: Proposed amendments to the scheme 2020 (Closing date: 22 May 2020)

CfD: Proposed amendments to the scheme 2020

This consultation seeks views on several proposed changes to the Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme to ensure it continues to support low carbon electricity generation at the lowest possible cost to consumers. The consultation proposes changes to the CfD scheme that would, if implemented, apply to contracts awarded through future allocation rounds, the next of which is planned to open in 2021 subject to any required state aid approval of planned changes. The proposed changes relate to:

  • delivering the UK’s 2050 net zero emissions target
  • bioenergy
  • allocation round design
  • improving the operation of the CfD
  • supporting a smart, flexible system

Who should respond?

  • Businesses
  • Stakeholders
  • Those interested in the Contracts for Difference scheme

Related Documents

Please find the consultation document here.

How to respond

Please click the link here to complete the online survey. For more information, please contact BEISContractsForDifference@beis.gov.uk.

BEIS Consultation on the DCC’s provision of an enrolment service for EDMI SMETS1 meters; changes to DCC, Electricity and Gas Supply Licence Conditions; and changes to the SEC, BSC and UNC (Closing Date: 11 May 2020)

BEIS Consultation on the DCC’s provision of an enrolment service for EDMI SMETS1 meters; changes to DCC, Electricity and Gas Supply Licence Conditions; and changes to the SEC, BSC and UNC

On 6 April 2020, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) issued a consultation on whether the Data Communications Company (DCC) should be required to provide an enrolment service for first generation (SMETS1) EDMI Smart Meters, as well as a number of matters that require amendments to the standard conditions of gas and electricity supply licences, the DCC licence and the Smart Energy Code (SEC), the Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC) and the Uniform Network Code (UNC).

Who should respond?

  • Businesses
  • Stakeholders
  • Individuals interested in SMETS1 EDMI Smart Meters

Related Documents

Please find the consultation letter and accompanying annexes here.

How to respond

Please send your responses to Smartmetering@beis.gov.uk by 5pm on 11 May 2020.

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