SMKI and Repository Entry Process Testing

DCC would like to invite Testing Participants to notify us from 10 August 2015 of their intention to undertake SMKI and Repository Entry Process Testing (SREPT) which allows the Party to become an Authorised Subscriber under the Organisation and Device Certificate Policies and eligible to access the SMKI Repository.

Testing will be undertaken in accordance with the SMKI and Repository Test Scenario Document (SRTSD). This includes Entry Criteria that must be met before testing can begin and Exit Criteria that must be met before testing can conclude. We will check that these have been achieved before the Testing Participant is allowed to continue to the next stage.

DCC stresses that the Secretary of State may request that further work is undertaken, may make further changes directly or may choose to approve the SMKI and Repository Test Scenario Document in its current form. It is therefore published for information only.

Testing Participants intending to participate in SREPT are expected to have read and complied with both SMKI and Repository Test Scenario Document (SRTSD) and Section H of the Smart Energy Code (SEC).

Testing Participants must use the 'Party Notification of Intention to Undertake Testing' Form as provided below when notifying DCC of their intention to conduct testing. Forms must be sent to the Test Assurance team via testing.notices@smartdcc.co.uk.

Related Documents

Guide to SMKI and Repository Entry Process Tests

Party / RDP Notification of Intention to Undertake Testing

We anticipate the first date from which a Test Participant can commence SREPT to be 2 November 2015. Any changes to this start date will be announced one month in advance of the start of testing on the DCC website and directly to any Testing Participant that has registered interest.

For further enquires please contact our Entry Process Testing Manager, Reena Parmar at reena.parmar@smartdcc.co.uk.