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Issue 868 | Grid Code Review Panel

Grid Code Review Panel 27 June 2019 Robert Longden Assessment 1 = Critical Issue; 2 = Significant Commercial Impact; 3 = Intermediate Commercial Impact; 4 = Modest Commercial Impact; & 5 = N o Obvious Commercial Impact. Attendees: Chaired by Trisha McAuley (Independent Chair), assisted by Matthew Bent and Paul Mullen ( code administrator). There were 13 Panel members at the meeting, including Robert Longden (Cornwall Insight)   Headlines No new modification proposals were presented No Authority decisions were made in the period since the last meeting The draft Final Modification Report for GC096 Energy Storage was presented and reviewed. Minor issues were raised. These will be considered by the work group and the report resubmitted to the GCRP The workgroup report for GC0123 Clarifying references to NGET and Relevant Transmission Licensees was reviewed. The Panel directed that GC0123 should now proceed to the code administrator consultation stage. This will be for 15 working days commencing on 28 June Due to French grid operator RTE experiencing difficulties with implementing project TERRE, there is a knock on impact for GB. As such a derogation will be sought to delay implementation until June 2020. Impacts on GB stakeholders, such as pre-qualification processes, will be clarified by NGESO Progress reports were given on current Grid Code modification proposals The prioritisation of work on Grid Code modifications continues. The current stack was reviewed in the light of recent developments   1. Background The Grid Code specifies technical requirements for connection to, and use of, the National Electricity Transmission System (NETS). Compliance with the Grid Code is a requirement under the CUSC. National ...

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