This consultation seeks stakeholder views on the proposed changes to the ECoS Transition and Migration Approach Document (ETMAD) or Smart Energy Code (SEC) Appendix AS. DCC previously issued the draft ‘Go Live’ ETMAD for industry consultation and subsequently published a consultation response document.
Further changes have been made to the draft ETMAD which is now being re-issued for consultation alongside the drafting for the ECoS Migration Reporting Regime (EMRR) and the ECoS Migration Error Handling and Retry Approach (EMEHRA). These two documents have been developed by DCC as per obligations outlined in the ‘Go Live’ ETMAD.
The ‘Go Live’ ETMAD itself requires DCC to produce and maintain an EMRR that will, amongst other things, define the reports provided to Supplier Parties showing successful and failed migrations and also those Device Models deemed to be Non-Migratable. The EMRR has been developed as a stand-alone product defining the frequency and format of reporting to Supplier Parties.
The ‘Go Live’ ETMAD also requires DCC to produce and maintain an EMEHRA which will define the triage approach to be taken by DCC where there is a Failed Migration and the resolution activity that Supplier Parties should take in certain circumstances.
The attached consultation overview document summarises and seeks stakeholder feedback on the updated ‘Go Live’ ETMAD and proposed EMRR and EMEHRA also attached to this consultation.
The designation of these documents will be accompanied by designation of other SEC Subsidiary Documents which need to be modified on the ECoS Service Live Date and upon which the DCC consulted on 24 September 2021 and concluded on 9 February 2022.
This consultation closes on 18 January 2023 and responses should be sent using the attached template to firstname.lastname@example.org.