Consequential Changes to the MRA for the Switching Programme (Version 3)
Ofgem’s Switching Programme is in the process of delivering a number of reforms to the switching arrangements, to make switching faster and more reliable for consumers. The reforms include the introduction of a new Central Switching Service (CSS) and a dual fuel Retail Energy Code (REC) to govern the new arrangements.
The new arrangements require consequential changes to be made to the MRA and its Products. The Faster Switching Expert Group (FSEG) have prepared and compiled these changes, which can be found in the links below.
These changes highlight the changes to non-switching related processes which parties will need to consider during the Design, Build and Test phase of the Switching Programme. The reforms to the Switching Arrangements will impact a number of operational procedures used and it’s important all interested parties are aware of all changes required when initiating and delivering their internal project(s).:
- Consequential Changes Overview – giving a high-level overview of the changes to each Clause and Schedule of the MRA, each MRA Agreed Procedure and the Data Transfer Catalogue.
- Consequential Changes RAID Log – Details the Risks, Assumptions, Issues and Dependencies noted during the review of the required changes.
- MRA Consequential Changes V3 Release Note – details the changes made to the consequential changes since the last release.
- Master Registration Agreement Consequential Changes Red-lined – an updated version of the MRA with tracked changes.
- MRA Agreed Procedures – updated versions of affected MRA Agreed Procedures with tracked changes.
- DTC Changes – updated versions of affected Data Flows, Data Items and DTC Annexes with tracked changes.