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Monthly Archives: May 2004


DR 0030 – Updates to metered MPDs to include single site unmetered

There are a number of business processes which apply equally to NQH metered and single site unmetered sites. Where this is the case it is proposed to modify the scope of the existing baselined MPD to indicate that single site…

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DR 0036 – Updates to market messages 101 and 101P to include load profile

Load Profile should be included on message 101P and 101 provided as part of the New Connection. Click here to read the document.

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DR 0039 – Clarify relationship between 013 and 114 messages on MPD 24 – Changes to Customer Details

A supplier may request multiple changes to customer details for the same MPRN on a single instance of message 013. It is possible that some changes may be confirmed immediately while others may require investigation by DSO prior to confirmation….

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DR 0044 – NQH De-energisation

This DR proposes to send message 306 for all NQH de -energisation Click here to read the document.

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DR 0045 – NQH Re-energisation

This DR proposes to send message 307 for all NQH Re -energisation Click here to read the document.

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DR 0046 – Registration as an implicit request for energisation

New process for registration of sites which are currently de-energised is that the receipt of the validated registration request is an automatic request for energisation. This is not how the process currently works and should not change. Click here to read…

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MCR 0028 – Inclusion of Unmetered Market Processes

A number of market processes and message to support the unmetered market have been discussed and agreed. This MCR proposes to include these agreed procedures in the baselined design. . Click here to view the document.

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MCR 0027 – MP Daily Summary Reconciliation Count

A record will be stored of all market messages (including 601 message proposed under MCR 0012) that are received from participants and sent to participants via the Market Gateway. A daily summary reconciliation count will be automatically generated as a…

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MCR 0026 – Inclusion of payments and disputes process

The market processes to handle the processing of payments and disputes have been discussed and agreed. This MCR proposes to include these agreed procedures in the baselined design. . Click here to view the document.

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MCR 0025 Update Meter Works related MPDs to reflect manual interaction between Networks & suppliers

Where a Network Technician makes repeated attempts to complete a call to carry out meter works requested by the supplier (e.g. De-energise, re-energise or change to MCC) then the supplier will be manually contacted and informed that the call will…

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MCR 0024 – Updates to MPDs to remove ambiguity

The following MPDs are required to be updated to ensure greater clarity: Click here to open document

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MCR 0023 – Updates to field lengths and code values

Changes to field lengths Meter Category is defined as AN (3). In order to cater for the codes defined this field should be length AN (5) Meter Point status reason is defined as AN (2). In order to cater for…

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MCR 0022 – Sending two versions of market message 111

This MCR proposes to send message 111 to the new supplier and to implement a new message (111L)with the contents underneath to the old supplier • MPRN • Supplier ID • Cancellation Reason • Effective From Date Click here to…

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MCR 0021 – Sending two versions of market message 105

This MCR proposes to send message 105 to the new supplier and to implement a new message (105L) with the contents underneath to be sent to the old supplier MPRN Meter Point Address Effective From Date Click here to view…

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MCR 0020 – Sundry Changes to Business Data Definitions arising from Discussions with SSA

Following meeting between ESB MOIP and SSA it is proposed to amend the following data definitions to avoid possible confusion with Wholesale Market Design and address inaccuracies in the current data definitions highlighted by the review exercise. None of the…

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