Update: 06 June 2019
DCC has concluded on the consultations relating to the Migration Scaling Methodology, the Migration Authorisation Mechanism and the Migration Reporting Regime. In accordance with the Transition and Migration Approach Document (TMAD), DCC intends to bring these documents into effect on 20 June 2019, specific details of each document are as follows:
- In accordance with Section 4.41 of TMAD, DCC intends to bring the Migration Authorisation Mechanism into effect 20 June 2019.
- In accordance with Section 4.12 (b) of TMAD, Migration Scaling Methodology will come into effect on 20 June 2019.
- In accordance with Section 4.45(b) of TMAD, the Migration Reporting Regime will come into effect on 20 June 2019
Below, please find the conclusions, as well as copies of the document including the associated csv files and excel documents.
Migration scaling methodology:
Under Migration authorisation mechanism:
Migration Reporting Regime:
UPDATE: 13 May 2019
DCC have revised version 1.0 of the ‘SMETS1 Migration: A Guide for DCC Users’ to include some non-material changes. The guide is now at version 2.0
UPDATE: 27 March 2019
DCC are pleased to publish this ‘SMETS1 Migration: A Guide for DCC Users’. The primary purpose of this document is to provide a plain English guide that helps DCC Users gain an understanding of SMETS1 smart meters and their migration to the DCC. Whilst of particular interest to Suppliers, this guide recognises that the SMETS1 migration also impacts Network Operators, Registered Supplier Agents (RSAs) and Other Users (OUs).
UPDATE: 01 November 2018
In response to queries asking for a refresh of the technical migration process flow. DCC has issued the attached Migration Process Flow. It has been updated to incorporate TMAD v0.2 proposals, specifically the planning, scheduling and authorisation activities. This can be seen as an additional phase prior to the Data Validation/Device Testing/Commissioning phases. There are some minor clarifications to the technical migration process. Please note there are not material technical charges to the phases Data Validation/Device Test/Commissioning-which have already been shared and discussed with SEC parties in previous bilaterals and multilaterals.
In case of any questions, stakeholders are invited to submit these to firstname.lastname@example.org