Third consultation - Part D review, proposed new rules - June 2010
About this Consultation
Wholesale settlement requires accurate metering and data-handling processes at every point of connection and Part D covers participants' obligations relating to metering installation, testing, and compliance with codes of practice, and the reconciliation manager's role with respect to metering inaccuracies.
This paper is the third consultation undertaken in connection with the fundamental review of part D of the Rules. It contains the proposed new rules, which reflect the Commission's analysis of the issues, options and the submissions received during its review of the existing part D of the Rules.
- The proposed rule changes:
- Registry Functional Specification
- Cost Benefit Analysis of proposed rule changes for part D
- Appendix 1 - format for submissions in Word form - published 5 July 2010
- Amendments to Part 10 Proposed New Rules
The Commission invites submissions on 'Part D Consultation Paper - Proposed New Rules' by 4.00 pm on 30 September 2010. Please note the closing date has been extended twice and differs from the closing date in the consultation document of 30 July 2010.
On 26 and 27 July 2010 the Commission held four participant-focused workshops to help parties understand the differences between the way the current part D is drafted and the way the proposed changes to obligations are reflected in the proposed part 10 of the Code.
Questions and answers during the consultation period
In order to assist stakeholders to understand the proposed new rules, the Commission is providing interested parties with an opportunity to ask questions of clarification during the consultation period.
During this consultation period any questions concerning this paper can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with `Part D Consultation Paper - Proposed New Rules' in the subject line. Please use this email address only when requesting clarification on anything contained in this consultation paper. The Commission will then respond to provide clarification. Note that the Commission is likely to place your request for clarification, and the Commission's response on this website.