The Electricity Settlements Company is required to publish a register of supplier credit cover defaults “the credit default register” in relation to regulation 30(4) from The Electricity Capacity Regulations 2014.
ESC Non payment register
The Electricity Settlements Company is required to publish a register of non-payments in relation to the The Electricity Capacity Regulations 2014. This register sets out the names of and details relating to suppliers and capacity providers who have not paid an invoice under these regulations by 5:00 pm on the payment due date. Non payment register
Know Your Customer (KYC) Form
This form sets out the information that Generators need to provide pursuant to their “know your customer” obligations under paragraph (B) of Part A (Initial Conditions Precedent) of Schedule 1 (Conditions Precedent) to the Contract for Difference Standard Terms and Conditions, to view this form, click here
LCCC guidance on Sustainability Criteria Reporting
LCCC Profiling data and audit subject matter guidance template
Now Available: Mock Stress Event Webinar
You can view all 3 pre-recorded MSE videos below:
ESC, EMR Settlement Limited (EMRS) and National Grid are due to conduct an end-to-end Mock Stress Event for the Capacity Market. The objective of the test will be to validate the interactions between Capacity Provider data, our published Capacity Market processes and the subsequent settlement calculations.
To support the Mock Stress Event test, we would like to make Capacity Providers aware of the following activities and dates:
- ESC has pre-recorded a MSE webinar with National Grid and EMRS to provide more information on the Mock Stress Event. You can view this webinar on the above links.
- ESC and National Grid plan to publish the Mock Stress Event Settlement Periods on 30 April 2018, following which non-BMU Capacity Providers should submit their data as per the timescales communicated in the webinar.