Latest News and Circulars
Decrease in the Credit Assessment Price effective from 6 March 20181 October 2019
P391: Podcast about the Desktop Audit modification
BSC changes streamline the Code and support new generators18 April 2019
Questions and answers on TERRE and Wider Access4 April 2019
TERRE and Wider Access FAQs
2019/20 BSCCo Business Plan places you at the front of our decisions1 April 2019
P366 Change to Supplier Charge SP08a for hard-to-read sites
P366 will amend how Supplier Charge SP08a is applied to Non Half Hourly non-domestic Meters that are hard-to-read (HTR).
P365: relates to the Retail Energy Code
This Modification enables ELEXON to participate in the process to appoint the Retail Energy Code (REC) administrator which is expected to occur in the near future.
P364: relates to registering and maintaining BM Units
P364 will clarify the requirements for configuring and registering Plant and Apparatus in Balancing Mechanism (BM) Units. Specifically where Parties seek to share responsibility for Imports and Export from the same Plant and Apparatus or via the same Boundary Point.
It will also clarify the circumstances and requirements for maintaining BM Unit registration details and seeking to re-register BM Units when the configuration of Plant and Apparatus change
Latest Change Proposals
CP1505: off site Commissioning of current transformers
CoP4 details the requirements of commissioning Metering Equipment for settlement purposes in LV installations to be done ‘on site’. This is not always reasonably practical or physically possible and should be updated to allow ‘off site’ commissioning of current Transformers....
Wider Access and TERRE
We want to make it easier for you to understand the Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC) so we have created this BSC Guide.
We have worked with publisher Wiley, the producers of the well-known series of books For Dummies to create ‘The Balancing and Settlement Code for Dummies’.
The Dummies Guide is a simple explanation of how the BSC works and what ELEXON’s role is. It explains why the BSC exists, how those rules affect the wholesale electricity market, and why the rules are important.
The Balancing and Settlement Code for Dummies is here to explain all.