Electricity distributors (local and embedded networks) must undergo regular audits.
Distributors are required to create and maintain information in the registry under Part 11 of the Code. This includes information about the:
- creation of identifiers for installation control points (ICPs)
- provision and maintenance of ICP information to the registry
- creation and maintenance of loss factors and price category codes
- notification of network supply points (NSP) to the reconciliation manager.
What the distributor audit covers
The reconciliation process allocates physical volumes of electricity in order to credit electricity sellers (for example generators) and invoice industry participants who consume the electricity (for example retailers).
Distributor audits check that the registry has correct and timely records so that switching and reconciliation processes are accurate.
Last updated: 5th October 2017
Last updated: 31st May 2017
Distributor next audit date register
This register lists distributors that have submitted an audit and the due date of their next audit.
Last updated: 15th February 2019
For further information or questions contact the market operations team.