UNC Distribution Workgroup 27 June 2019 Steven Britton Assessment 1 = Critical Issue; 2 = Significant Commercial Impact; 3 = Intermediate Commercial Impact; 4 = Modest Commercial Impact; & 5 = No Obvious Commercial Impact. Attendees Included – the Joint Office, shippers, transporters, Xoserve, and Steven Britton (Cornwall Insight) Headlines Xoserve presented options for UNC687 Creation of New Charge to Recover Last Resort Supply Payments , and it was asked to consider whether the cheapest and easiest answer could serve as a stepping stone to the fully automated solution, which shippers preferred but would be much harder to implement In discussion of UNC692 Automatic Updates to Meter Read Frequ ency , the proposer noted it did not intend to trigger a larger volume of transporter Must Reads, and transporters noted that they have a level of discretion on obtaining them Xoserve presented a modification it is planning to enhance the Data Permissions Matrix It was decided to ask for an extension for UNC689 Removing the Requirement to Support Invoice Queries B efore the Due Date with Information from the .AML File 1. Pre-Modification Discussion 1.1 Must Read Process Grace Period for Gaining Shipper Energy UK introduced a modification that it is looking for a party to sponsor, which seeks to create a grace period for the Must Read regime when a supply point has changed shipper. It explained that Xoserve provides shippers with a monthly report detailing their monthly-read Large Supply Points (LSPs) that have not had a read provided in four months, after which a transporter Must Read is triggered. The ...
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