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UNC Urgent Modification Proposal 0275 Timeline. Modification Proposal 0275 – Load Reduction Process & Timeline All days are business days and the timeline is based on best endeavours basis. Day 1

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Modification Proposal 0275 – Load Reduction Process & TimelineAll days are business days andthe timeline is based on best endeavours basis

  • Day 1

    • User raises APP Conquest Query with requested loads (BSSOQ, SOQ, SHQ) and provides warrant from end consumer via fax or email as early in the day as possible (AM, specifically prior to midday)

      • Loads requested should follow existing SOQ / SHQ ratio rules otherwise request will be rejected

    • Appeal is raised by xoserve and appeal reference number is sent back to User via Conquest

    • User nominates submits a Supply Point Nomination with the appeal reference number via IX

      • No further changes to the Supply Point should be nominated at this time

  • Day 2

    • Based on the appeal reference number a Supply Point Offer is generated by xoserve and submitted back to the User via IX

    • User validates the Supply Point Offer and submits a Supply Point Confirmation via IX

  • Day 3 to Day 10

    • Supply Point Confirmation is processed.

  • Day 11

    • Effective Date of Supply Point Confirmation. New SOQ, SHQ and BSSOQ values are live on Day 11.

    • NOTE: Submissions within the Capacity Reduction Period that do not allow sufficient time for the full process to be completed will be rejected.


Modification Proposal 0275 – Load Reduction Process & TimelineAll days are business days andthe timeline is based on best endeavours basis

6. User receives Supply Point Offer with appealed load values and submits Supply Point Confirmation via IX

1.User raises APP Query via Conquest with requested loads (BSSOQ, SOQ, SHQ*) and provides signed letter of consent / warrant to xoserve (via fax or email)

4.User submits Supply Point Nomination with Appeal reference via IX

7. Effective Date for new BSSOQ, SOQ and SHQ

DAY 1

DAY 2

Day 3 to Day 10

Day 11

6. System processes Supply Point Confirmation

2.xoserve receives letter of consent and APP Query – xoserve process Appeal request via Conquest *

5.xoserve receives Supply Point Nomination and issues Supply Point Offer via IX (time required for system processing)

3.xoserve send Appeal reference to User via Conquest

* SOQ has to be between 4 and 24 times the SHQ (TPD G5.4.1). If not – rejection will occur


Modification Proposal 0275 – Load Reduction Timeline – Example Dates

  • For Appeals submitted on 21st December 2009

    • Time for submission should be as early in the day as possible to ensure these timescales are adhered to

    • New Load values live from 8th January 2010*

  • For Appeals submitted on 5th January 2010

    • Time for submission should be as early in the day as possible to ensure these timescales are adhered to

    • New Load values live from 19th January 2010

  • For changes to be effective by 29th January 2010 (last business day of Capacity Reduction Window)

    • Appeal should be submitted by 15th January 2010

      * NOTE – The following days are not classed as Business Days pursuant to UNC TPD G1.10 - 25th December 2009, 28th December 2009, 1st January 2010 and 4th January 2010


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