The reconciliation process is set out in Parts 10 and 15 of the Code.
Part 10 and Part 15 of the Code set out the obligations on industry participants in relation to reconciliation standards, dealing with:
- how reconciliation participants and metering equipment providers must gather, store and provide information about electricity conveyed
- how reconciliation participants must prepare and provide submission information and, where relevant, dispatchable demand information
- how the reconciliation manager must allocate volumes of electricity among reconciliation participants
- how the reconciliation manager must pass information to the clearing manager, for the calculation of invoices
- the obligations of the reconciliation manager to pass the information to reconciliation participants, the registry and the Authority the requirements for the creation, approval and maintenance of profiles
- the requirements for audits, auditors, approvals and certifications.
The reconciliation manager facilitates the monthly reconciliation process and is responsible for reconciling metering data against a register of contracts and passing the data to participants.
The clearing manager uses information supplied by the reconciliation manager to generate invoices for the electricity generated or consumed by industry participants, and for any dispatchable demand, during the previous month.
Memo to Participants on Threshold defaults to be applied under the Electricity Industry Participation Code 2010
Last updated: 19th August 2016
The balancing area guidelines give an explanation on how balancing areas operate and what distributor obligations under the Code are. A balancing area consists of two or more electrically interconnected GXPs and is used in the reconciliation process to allocate volumes of electricity to GXPs.
Last updated: 2nd July 2015
Electricity supplied means the electricity that is sold by retailers.
Last updated: 2nd July 2015
These guidelines are out of date. Please contact market operations (email@example.com ) for further information
Last updated: 12th December 2016
Last updated: 24th June 2015
Network supply point table
An network supply point (NSP) is a composite identifier made up of the network participant identifier and the point of connection code. They are used to reference information to grid connection points for reconciliation purposes.
All valid network supply point identifier combinations are maintained by the reconciliation manager.
This table provides the start and end dates of NSPs as well as, in the case of an embedded network, the point of connection to the grid.
If you have any questions or would like more information contact our market operations team.