Closed consultation

Further consultation on the regulatory arrangements for enrolment and adoption of foundation meters

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Original consultation

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Summary

This also includes a consultation on the arrangements to support churn of an enrolled smart metering system from a DCC user to a non-user.

Documents

Response and further consultation on the regulatory arrangements for enrolment and adoption of foundation meters

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Consultation description

The Data and Communications Company (DCC) will be required to establish projects to develop or procure systems or services to allow them to enrol and operate SMETS1 smeters installed during the Foundation Stage.

An appropriate regulatory and governance framework is required to govern these projects and to provide assurance to stakeholders that the projects will be progressed in an effective manner. This document sets out conclusions and further questions following the Consultation on these issues that was published on 16 December 2013. This document also seeks views on the proposed regulatory and operational arrangements to apply where a consumer with a Smart Meter that has already been enrolled in the DCC switches supplier and the new supplier is not yet a DCC User.

The original consultation is available on the Regulatory arrangements for enrolment and adoption of Foundation Meters page.