Supplier Hub Operations

Supplier Volume Allocation (SVA) is the set of processes used to estimate the quantity of energy used or exported by a Supplier’s customers in a given half hour (or “Settlement Period”).

These processes are defined in the BSC Procedures for Supplier agents (Meter Operator, Data Collector and Data Aggregator) and Supplier Meter Registration Agents (SMRA).

ELEXON has produced a number of guidance notes to supplement these procedures and provide best-practice advice. These guidance notes relate to areas such as performance improvement and exception management.

Useful Documents

Supplier Guidance on Achieving 97%

Approval of Automatic Standing Data Updates

D0095 User Guide Volume 1 – Process Management [296 Kb]

D0095 User Guide Volume 2 – Technical Guide (Supplier) [276 Kb]

Exception Reporting in the Half Hourly Market [72 Kb]

Moving into Smart Metering: Maintaining Settlement Performance and Compliance with the BSC

Overview of Long Term Vacant Sites

Responsibilities of De-appointed Supplier Agents [161 KB]

SVA Half Hourly Market Best Practice

What is Gross Volume Correction? [370 Kb]


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