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MEP registry obligations for dynamic load control

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Our Compliance Manager has issued a memo to approved auditors and metering equipment providers.

The memo acknowledges that innovation and technology is enabling metering equipment providers to implement dynamic load control services to allow retailers, and potentially other third parties, to control consumer load.

The metering equipment provider must ensure that the registry reflects the register content code and period of availability that the distributor has control over, and this is reflected in the distributor agreement and pricing with the retailer.

Compliance memo: dynamic load control.

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