ElectraLink to host energy Theft Best Practice Forum on 30 April

Published: March 15, 2019

ElectraLink, operator of the Energy Market Data Hub (EMDH) and Code governor of SPAA, TRAS, DCUSA and others, is pleased to announce it will be hosting the Theft Best Practice Forum on Tuesday, 30 April 2019. The Forum will convene at the Amba Hotel Charing Cross in London, starting at 10am. ElectraLink is running the Forum on behalf of SPAA and DCUSA , providing attendees with the chance to share valuable feedback in order to improve theft arrangements and processes and the new set of industry Best Practice Guidelines.

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ElectraLink’s first Engagement Day of 2019 planned for April 3rd

Published: March 12, 2019

We’re getting closer to our first ElectraLink Engagement Day of 2019 on April 3rd and are really looking forward to welcoming everyone. The event has proved to be so popular with energy representatives that we have sold out! However, we will be running a waiting list so if you would still like to attend, please register and we will add you to our guest list if spaces become available.

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International Women’s Day 2019

Published: March 8, 2019

We asked ElectraLink staff to share their female heroes with us and explain why these women influence and inspire them in many aspects of their life and work.

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ElectraLink identifies EMDH as best network to deliver HH settlement data

Published: March 7, 2019

Last month, ELEXON sought views on who should develop the system architecture for the Target Operating Model for Market-wide Half Hourly Settlement. It is our view that the reliable, secure, flexible and scalable Energy Market Data Hub, which ElectraLink has already procured on the energy industry’s behalf, can meet the requirements of market-wide half hourly settlement at low risk and cost.

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DAP flows on DTS to improve debt recovery and supplier switching

Published: February 28, 2019

From 28 June 2019, UK energy suppliers will be required to send Debt Assignment Protocol (DAP) messages over the DTS. The requirements for DAP data flows arise from supplier demands to enable more fluid supplier switching and recovery of customer debt. DAP enables a supplier, whose customer is switching to a new supplier, to transfer the customer’s debt to that new supplier.

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