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Supply Point Administration Agreement

The Uniform Network Code (UNC) is the legal and contractual framework for the transport and supply of gas in the gas industry. It has a common set of rules that ensure that competition can take place on an equal footing. It regulates processes such as gas network compensation, network planning and network capacity allocation. The SPAA was created to provide a governance agreement for processes that are not normally covered by existing contracts or agreements, but are nevertheless considered important for the efficient and effective transfer of consumers between suppliers. The agreement provides for a robust mechanism to change the operating rules necessary to allow the flow of gas within the sector. Our decisions regarding the proposed amendments to this agreement are set out below. Prior to joining ElectraLink, Andy was in IT leadership positions in a number of industries, including opus Energy and Haven Power, Drax`s energy supply business. Andy has also led IT teams in the telecommunications, publishing and IT outsourcing sectors and ensured that the technology provides every day to enable and improve the performance of the companies in which she is employed. Stefan came to ElectraLink in 2016 to lead the Governance Services team in providing and supporting industry administration and governance services for a number of important industry agreements, including the Supply Point Administration Agreement (SPAA), the Distribution Connection Connection Use of System Agreement (DCUSA), the Smart Metering Installation Code of Practice (SMICoP), the Energy Theft Tip Service (ETTOS) and the Distribution Methodology Forum (DCMF). The SPAA was created to ensure governance for supplier-supplier procedures that were not normally covered by existing contracts or agreements, but were nevertheless considered important for the effective and efficient transfer of consumers between suppliers. The Smart Energy Code is a multi-stakeholder agreement that sets out the rights and obligations of energy suppliers, grid operators and other relevant parties involved in the final management of Smart Metering in the UK.

The SEC comes into effect as part of the Data and Communications Company (DCC) license, which was set up to manage the intelligent communications infrastructure. The Point of Delivery Administration Agreement (SPAA) defines business-to-business agreements between gas suppliers and carriers in the UK retail market. This is a multi-stakeholder agreement that all domestic gas suppliers and gas carriers must comply with on the basis of their licences. Since August 2017, Paul Denniff has been responsible for SGN`s security as Director of Network and Security. He was appointed Director of Customer Service and Engineering when SGN was established in 2005 and became Director of the Network at the end of 2008. She currently leads the policy development of SP Energy Networks` Transmission Network`s GBP 1.38 billion investment plan (RIIO-T2) and remains responsible for overall regulatory policy across distribution. Ofgem is the office of the gas and electricity markets. It is a non-ministerial governmental department and an independent national regulatory authority, recognised by European directives. Paul is a member of the Board and Trust of IGEM and a member of the Board of Directors of the Gas Industry Safety Group. As a Chartered Mechanical and Gas Engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and IGEM, Paul has a B.Eng (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA. If you would like to access previous versions of the above documents, please visit the archive via this link….