The DCC responses to closed consultations are located here.
DCC Conclusions on Changes to the DCC User Interface Services Schedule (UISS) and the SMETS1 Supporting Requirements (S1SR).
In November, DCC consulted on the BCDR testing plan schedule for 2021 and invited comments from Users. This is the DCC conclusions to that consultation and confirmation of the BCDR 2021 testing schedule.
On 16 October 2020, DCC issued a consultation on some changes to the SMETS1 Transition and Migration Approach Document (TMAD) which included a proposal to extend the expiry date of the TMAD to 31 December 2021 alongside proposed changes for FOC.
In August, DCC consulted on changes to the MSM. On 11 December 2020, DCC concluded on these changes and the updated document is now available as Version 4.0 to be effective from 4 January 2021.
In November 2020, DCC issued a consultation that sought views on a few changes to the Migration Reporting Regime. DCC has now concluded on this consultation and the updated document is now available as Version 5.0.
In October 2020, the DCC issued a consultation on changes to the Migration Error Handling and Retry Strategy (MEHRS) related to the FOC capability release. DCC has now concluded on this consultation and the updated document is now available as version 4.0.
On 9 November 2020, DCC consulted on changes S1SR related to MOC (Secure) and IOC (for Aclara only). On 27 November 2020, DCC submitted a conclusions report on these matters to the Secretary of State.
On 4 November 2020, DCC consulted on the date for re-designating the SMETS1 Supporting Requirements (S1SR) for MOC (Secure).
On 8 October 2020, DCC published a consultation on changes to the SEC Variation Testing Approach Document for SMETS1 Services (SMETS1 SVTAD) regarding FOC Testing.
On 5 August 2020, DCC issued a consultation to invite views on proposed amendments to the TCHODR as required under Smart Energy Code (SEC) Section F5.1A.