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Monthly Archives: May 2007


DR 0144 – Changes to the Aggregation Briefing Document, MPD 15 and MPD 16 (2_1) for RA 324 Mitigation and PES Trading Sites

The Aggregation Briefing Document is at v3.3 via MCR 133 and forms part of the baseline for SEM Implementation. MPD 15 – QH Data Processing was baselined in the Retail Market Design at version 6.0, as detailed within MCR 097,…

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DR 0145 – Estimation of QH values for Indicative Aggregation

MPD 15 – QH Data Processing was baselined in the Retail Market Design at version 6.0, as detailed within MCR 097, as part of the suite of changes to satisfy new requirements of SEM implementation. Within the requirements of the…

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DR 0146 – Inclusion of Seconds (SS) in the Date Timestamp Format

There is an inconsistency between the technical specification of the xml schema provided by the SEMIT and the SEM-MDP Meter Data Format which does not include SS level for these DateTime data Items. All elements within the xml schema defined…

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DR 0147 – Clarification regarding date selection in WP12

Working Practice 12– To nominate / denominate a Supplier as a recipient of Participant Generator messages was baselined in the Retail Market Design at version 6.0, as detailed within MCR 0123, as part of the suite of changes to satisfy…

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MCR 0058 – Addition of new Code ‘CoG’ Change of Group MPRN

Analysis of scenarios, such as Local Authority boundary changes, where it is found a TMPRN should move from one GMPRN to another reveals the need for an additional Unmetered MPD. To support this, a new Transaction Reason Code “CoG” should…

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MCR 0057 – Add customer name to Extranet

To facilitate the registration process and prevent erroneous CoLEs being processed the Customer name should be provided on the Extranet site for all MPRNs (Existing and New Connections) where the DUoS Group is DG5 or above. Where the customer is…

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DR 0148 – Reformatting of the Load Profile data

Suppliers are looking for a standard format for receipt of the annual load profile data, to ensure delivery of the required year to year consistency that will allow automated upload of the data into their systems.  A standard format will…

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