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In the context of Release 2.0, it has been recognised that the plan that was agreed in October 2017 is now out of date and does not reflect the currently planned deliverables and milestones for the elements of Release 2.0 that remain outstanding.
This consultation is seeking views on the DCC’s proposed changes to the Common Test Scenarios Document (CTSD) and Enduring Testing Approach Document (ETAD) following the uplift to DUIS 4.
DCC is consulting on further changes to be made to the SMETS1 Supporting Requirements Document related to the MOC Secure cohort.
DCC is consulting on further changes to be made to the SMETS1 Supporting Requirements Document related to Aclara devices, which consultation will close on 03 July 2020.
On 18 May 2020, the DCC issued a consultation on changes the Incident Management Policy (IMP) regarding Telefonica UK Limited’s role as a SMETS1 Communications Service Provider.
DCC has been directed by the Secretary of State to develop a draft SEC Variation Testing Approach Document in respect of those variations to the SEC proposed to be made for the “BEIS Q4 2020” package of changes.
DCC has published a consultation on the draft Testing Approach Document for the November 2020 SEC Release. The document defines the approach to testing changes to DCC Systems which arise as a result of a SEC Release.
The Self-Service Interface (SSI) is a web-based portal which allows Users to obtain information about, and interact with, DCC Services.
The current UK Government social distancing guidance issued to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) means only essential Communications Hub installations are taking place.
DCC is proposing changes to the DUIS and MMC to deliver against recent BEIS proposals to change the SEC.
On 28 April 2020, the DCC issued a consultation on changes to the TMAD related to security testing of SMETS1 Devices and notification periods.
In this consultation, we are proposing the addition of SMETS1 performance measures.
DCC is consulting on amendments to the Error Handling Strategy (EHS). The amendment focuses on additions of EHS procedures for SMETS1 Response Codes.
DCC is consulting on changes to be made to the SMETS1 Supporting Requirements Document related to the MOC Secure cohort.
DCC is proposing to add device alert 8F12 to the exclusion list due to an existing problem with certain PPMID and Comms Hub combinations which generate 8F12 alerts every minute and could trigger Alert Storm protection.
As part of the solution for SECMP0062, a new dashboard in the Self-Service Interface (SSI) is being developed to show Service Users whether any Alert Storm Protection is currently active for any of their Devices. The purpose of this consultation is to consult on the dashboard.
DCC has uplifted the baselined Migration Error Handling and Retry Strategy (MEHRS) version 1.1 to version 1.2 for this consultation to reflect the migration solution changes identified for the forthcoming MOC (MDS) Capability Release.
On 13 March 2020, DCC issued a consultation on a number of changes to the TMAD to support Secure.
DCC invites comments using the provided response template by 1600 on Friday 03 April 2020 via email@example.com.
DCC has uplifted the baselined Migration Reporting Regime Methodology v2.0 to version 2.8 for this consultation to reflect the migration solution changes identified for all the forthcoming Capability Releases.
A consultation on changes to the SEC Variation Testing Approach Document for SMETS1 Services (SMETS1 SVTAD), SMETS1 Transition and Migration Approach Document (TMAD) and SMETS 1 Supporting Requirements (S1SR) to support the SMETS1 Uplift 1.1.