RMDS

CDA, ReMCoWG, IGG – 30.08.2017

Event Name CDA, ReMCoWG, IGG
Date 30.08.2017
Time 10:30 – 15:30
Location CER Offices, Tallaght
Description CDA 10:30 – 12:00, ReMCoWG 12:30 – 13:30, CDA 13:30 – 15:30

MCR1185 – Small Supplier Categorisation

Currently the structure of the Small Supplier category does not facilitate the business model of a Supplier having a small number of sites
but energy usage greater than 10MW power at peak demand.

The proposal is to change the current categorisation and assurance approach within the Small Supplier category
* the threshold of < 200 sites registered will continue to be part of the criteria in qualifying and operating as a Small Supplier
in the Retail Market at all times
* the threshold of 10MW power supplied at peak demand will not apply as criteria where a Supplier indicates that their
model is one which is a small number of customers but where there will be greater than 10MW power at peak demand.

The assurance body will determine the assurance assessment required for each Small Supplier entering the Retail Market
based on the segment(s) the Supplier is entering and their Business model.

The Scope of Change to Design Documentation relates to amendments to the Market Assurance and Market Entry Documentation.

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De-energisation Workshop – 15.08.2017

Event Name De-energisation Workshop
Date 15.08.2017
Time 10:30 – 13:00
Location CER Offices, Tallaght
Description De-energisation Workshop

Posts Test

MCR1187 – Solution to Eircodes using the A2 Address

Three Market Change Requests were previously raised and approved to facilitate the introduction of Eircodes into the Retail Market.

•MCR1140 -Introduction of Eircodes into the Retail Market
•MCR0175 -New Reject Reason for Address Change Rejection
•MCR1169 -Addition of Postal Code to two downloadable meter point files

In advance of the delivery of there MCRs Suppliers may wish to implement Eircodes. ESBN are looking to see in advance of the delivery
of the MCRs above they can facilitate the population of the A2 Notification Address.

This change request has been raised to introduce Eircodes into the Retail Market Solution through the use of the notification
(Correspondence ) Address on the Market Messages by Suppliers.

Suppliers can provide the Eircodes in the A2(Correspondence address) on all relevant inbound market messages where the A2
Correspondence address is different to the A1(Meter Point Site).

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IGG Conference Call – 26.07.2017

Event Name IGG Conference Call
Date 26.07.2017
Time 15:00 – 16:00
Location N/A
Description Regular IGG Conference Call

IGG, ReMCoWG, CDA – 28.06.2017

Event Name IGG, ReMCoWG, CDA
Date 28.06.2017
Time 10:30 – 15:30
Location UR Offices, Belfast
Description IGG 10:30 – 12:30, ReMCoWG 13:00 – 14:00, CDA 14:00 – 15:30

IGG Conference Call – 31.05.2017

Event Name IGG Conference Call
Date 31.05.2017
Time 15:00 – 16:00
Location N/A
Description Regular IGG Conference Call

DR1186 –Micro Generation Aggregation

Currently a Suppler only has to submit installed capacity figures to NIE Networks.
With multiple suppliers offering to buy micro generation there is a risk that, without the knowledge of the supplier,
a customer could register with multiple suppliers and get paid for the same output more than once.

The recommendation is to require all suppliers offering micro generation tariffs to submit MPRNs and meter reads to NIE Networks
before aggregation takes place. NIE Networks would then be required to ensure there was no duplication of MPRN submission and
perform basic validation on the reads received.

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DR1187–Solution to Introduce Eircodes using A2 Address

Three Market Change Requests were previously raised and approved to facilitate the introduction of Eircodes into the Retail Market.

•MCR1140 -Introduction of Eircodes into the Retail Market
•MCR0175 -New Reject Reason for Address Change Rejection
•MCR1169 -Addition of Postal Code to two downloadable meter point files

In advance of the delivery of there MCRs Suppliers may wish to implement Eircodes. ESBN are looking to see in advance of the delivery
of the MCRs above they can facilitate the population of the A2 Notification Address.

This change request has been raised to introduce Eircodes into the Retail Market Solution through the use of the notification
(Correspondence ) Address on the Market Messages by Suppliers.

Suppliers can provide the Eircodes in the A2(Correspondence address) on all relevant inbound market messages where the A2
Correspondence address is different to the A1(Meter Point Site).

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MCR1181 – Technical Contact Details

Accurate technical contact address and technical contact details are required and would assist ESBN in completing supplier
requests and obtaining accurate meter readings.

Customer such as large banks or telecom companies with many distributed sites should provide accurate technical contact details.

A Supplier can send technical details for customer using existing market messages. This would be beneficial to all Market Participants
especially where there is issues around LTNA.

Suppliers compliance with ensuring these details are kept up-to-date will be beneficial to all market participants and will assist
ESB Networks in completing supplier requests and obtaining accurate meter readings.

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CDA, ReMCoWG, IGG – 03.05.2017

Event Name CDA, ReMCoWG, IGG
Date 03.05.2017
Time 10:30 – 15:30
Location Red Cow Moran Hotel, Naas Road, Fox-And-Geese, Dublin 22
Description CDA 10:30 – 12:00, ReMCoWG 12:30 – 13:30, IGG 13:30 – 15:30

DR1181 – Technical Contact Details

Accurate technical contact address and technical contact details are required and would assist ESBN in completing supplier
requests and obtaining accurate meter readings.

Customer such as large banks or telecom companies with many distributed sites should provide accurate technical contact details.

A Supplier can send technical details for customer using existing market messages. This would be beneficial to all Market Participants
especially where there is issues around LTNA.

Suppliers compliance with ensuring these details are kept up-to-date will be beneficial to all market participants and will assist
ESB Networks in completing supplier requests and obtaining accurate meter readings.

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IGG Conference Call – 05.04.2017

Event Name IGG Conference Call
Date 05.04.2017
Time 15:00 – 16:00
Location N/A
Description Regular IGG Conference Call

IGG, ReMCoWG, CDA – 08.03.2017

Event Name IGG, ReMCoWG, CDA
Date 08.03.2017
Time 09:30 – 15:30
Location UR Offices, Belfast
Description IGG 09:30 – 12:30, ReMCoWG 13:00 – 14:00, CDA 14:00 – 15:30