The Smart Energy Code (SEC) is a multi-party agreement, which requires energy suppliers, network operators and other relevant stakeholders to become a party to the SEC and to comply with its provisions in order to use DCC services.
The SEC also sets out the rights and obligations of each Party.
It is overseen by the SEC Panel and administered by the Smart Energy Code Administrator and Secretariat (SECAS). DCC is responsible for the development of a number of appendices known as subsidiary documents.
For the current version of the SEC and for more information, including how it is governed, visit the SECAS website.