RMDS

IGG Conference Call – 21.07.2021

Event NameIGG Conference Call
Date21.07.2021
Time15:00 – 16:00
LocationN/A
DescriptionRegular IGG Conference Call

Cutover

System Separation, TIBCO Upgrade & Webforms Replacement Project Cutover Approach

System Separation IPT

 

 

Assurance

ROI System Separation Participant Questionnaire    – applicable to all MPs except ESBN

ROI System Separation Participant Questionnaire   – applicable to ESBN only

NI System Separation Participant Questionnaire

System Separation Self-Assessment Outcome Report – Anonymised

Overview

IGG, ReMCoWG, CDA – 23.06.2021

Event NameCDA, ReMCoWG, IGG
Date23.06.2021
Time10:30 – 15:30
LocationConference Calls
DescriptionIGG 10:30 – 12:30, ReMCoWG 13:00 – 14:00,
CDA 14:00 – 15:30

IGG Conference Call – 26.05.2021

Event NameIGG Conference Call
Date26.05.2021
Time15:00 – 16:00
LocationN/A
DescriptionRegular IGG Conference Call

MCR1210 – Test WebService

Bord Gais requests that a test webservice is provided for the retail electricity market. This will allow testing of new enhancements aimed at developing the sales process and supporting competition in the retail Electricity market. Bord Gais requests that the test webservice becomes an integral part of the test systems architecture necessary to support the retail market.

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ReMCoWG, IGG – 27.04.2021

EVENT NAMEReMCoWG, IGG
DATE27.04.2021
TIME12:30 – 15:30
LOCATIONConference Calls
DESCRIPTIONReMCoWG 12:30 – 13:30,
IGG 13:30 – 15:30

DR1212 – Cooling off Period for MCC Changes

Creation of a Working Practice is proposed . Suppliers could use the working practice for erroneous MCC01 to MCC12/MCC16 transfer during COLE, Re-energisation with COLE and COCD tariff change as well as a consumer right to evoke cooling off during these transactions.
The process would involve a supplier providing details to the central email of the manual reversion that is required. All information supporting the manual reversion would be provided.
A SLA would need to be in place to ensure ESBN processed the manual reversion in time to allow consumer to reprocess their opted tariff with the supplier.
If ESBN wishes to automate with a web portal or SharePoint, this could also be considered. The working practice should be provided with all necessary details on how this will work. If the incidence of cooling off / erroneous transfer is significant, an automated solution may be considered down the line.

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DR1210 – Test Webservice

Bord Gais requests that a test webservice is provided for the retail electricity market. This will allow testing
of new enhancements aimed at developing the sales process and supporting competition in the retail
Electricity market. Bord Gais requests that the test webservice becomes an integral part of the test
systems architecture necessary to support the retail market.

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MCR1209 -AnnuaL Consumption for HH Sites

The existing industry design provides a value known as “estimated consumption” within the 320MM which issues following the completion of a COS.
The value is importantly used to provide an annual estimate consumption for the site which has come onto supply. As 320MM only issues for non interval sites as part of NSMP, this value is not provided during a reconfiguration to HH from NHH or where there is an existing HH to HH switch.
For an initial take on, it is important to have this value to gauge initial estimated annual consumption (the reason it was provided for domestic consumers in the original industry design).

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IGG Conference Call – 31.03.2021

Event NameIGG Conference Call
Date31.03.2021
Time15:00 – 16:00
LocationN/A
DescriptionRegular IGG Conference Call

IGG, ReMCoWG, CDA – 03.03.2021

Event NameCDA, ReMCoWG, IGG
Date03.03.2021
Time10:30 – 15:30
LocationConference Calls
DescriptionIGG 10:30 – 12:30, ReMCoWG 13:00 – 14:00,
CDA 14:00 – 15:30

DR1209 – Annual Consumption for HH Sites

The existing industry design provides a value known as “estimated consumption” within the 320MM which issues following the completion of a COS.
The value is importantly used to provide an annual estimate consumption for the site which has come ontosupply. As 320MM only issues for non interval sites as part of NSMP, this value is not provided during a reconfiguration to HH from NHH or where there is an existing HH to HH switch.
For an initial take on, it is important to have this value to gauge initial estimated annual consumption (the reason it was provided for domestic consumers in the original industry design).
As the NSMP design used the existing QH solution as a framework for developing the HH design it did not provide a similar value for domestic take ons.

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