Supply Point Administration Agreement

Supply Point Administration Agreement

The SPAA was created to manage procedures between suppliers and suppliers that are not normally covered by existing contracts or agreements, but which have been deemed important for the effective and effective transfer of consumers between suppliers. The Uniform Network Code (UNC) is the legal and contractual framework of the competitive gas industry for gas transport and supply. It has a common set of rules ensuring that competition can take place on an equal footing. It regulates processes such as gas system compensation, network planning and network capacity allocation. The Smart Energy Code is a multi-party agreement that defines the rights and obligations of energy suppliers, network managers and other stakeholders involved in the end-to-end management of Smart Metering in the UK. The SEC will take effect under the license of the Data and Communications Company (DCC), set up to manage the communications infrastructure for smart meters. The Transfer Point Administration Agreement (SPAA) establishes interoperable agreements between gas suppliers and carriers in the UK retail market. This is a multi-party agreement to which all domestic gas suppliers and gas carriers must comply with their licences. Since August 2017, Paul Denniff has been responsible for security at SGN as Network and Security Director. When SGN was founded in 2005, it was appointed Director of Customer Service and Engineering Support and became Network Director at the end of 2008. Our decisions on the proposed amendments to this agreement are listed below.

Prior to joining ElectraLink, Andy worked in a number of industries in leading IT functions, most recently at Opus Energy and Haven Power, Drax`s energy distribution companies. Andy has also led IT teams in the fields of telecommunications, publishing and IT outsourcing and has ensured that the technology delivers every day to enable and improve the performance of the companies in which it is used. The SPAA was created to establish a governance agreement covering processes that are not normally covered by existing contracts or agreements, but which are considered important for the effective and effective transfer of consumers between suppliers. The agreement provides a robust mechanism to modify the operational regimes necessary to allow the flow of gas within the industry. Stefan came to ElectraLink in 2016 to lead the governance services team in providing and supporting leading code administration and governance services for a number of important industrial agreements, including the Delivery Point Administration Agreement (SPAA), the distribution of the use of the system agreement (DCUSA), the Code of Good Practices for Intelligent Meter Installation (SMICoP) , the Risk Assessment Service (TRAS), the Energy Theft Tip Off Service (ETTOS) and the Distribution Loading Methodologies Forum (DCMF). Rachel arrived at ElectraLink in March 2018 and developed the commercial and legal function while overseeing the acquisition of the SDR.


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