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IGG Agenda 11 th January 2012. Minutes. Minutes from IGG meeting 12 th December 2011 For approval today. IGG Action Items. Updated IGG Action List issued in advance of meeting Actions closed since last IGG meeting: 3 IGG Actions carried forward: 8. CER Update.

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Igg agenda 11 th january 2012
IGG Agenda 11th January 2012


Minutes from IGG meeting

12th December 2011

For approval today.

Igg action items
IGG Action Items

Updated IGG Action List issued in advance of meeting

  • Actions closed since last IGG meeting: 3

  • IGG Actions carried forward: 8

Cer update

CER Update

Industry Governance Group

11th January 2012

Assurance activity update
Assurance Activity Update Market

Supplier Activity

One Self-Supplier market entry completed


Commencement of engagement with ESBN

An Initial review intended to formulate an approach to assurance and understand the impact for RoI has started

Mrso update gerry halligan

MRSO Update Market Gerry Halligan

11 Jan 2012

Cos in progress 10 01 12 5 363
COS In Progress 10/01/12 – 5,363 Market

  • Reviewed Monthly

  • Suppliers notified of individual switches outstanding and reason

  • Switch outstanding for Energisation or Token Meter Removal will not time-out

  • Contact Customer or submit cancellation

  • 21 Switches held due to an existing Open Service Order

Objections Market

Roi hsp project

ROI HSP Project Market

IGG 11th January 2012

Roi hsp design clarifications
ROI HSP - Design Clarifications Market

Note: these clarifications do not impact on the Core Elements of the HBL (Messages and Definitions & Codes) or the Schema but will require minor documentation changes to some of the Harmonised ROI Market Message Guides. These will be included in HBL V2.3.

Rmds update
RMDS Update Market

Retail Market Design Update

Aileen O’Connor, RMDS

11th January 2012

Wp 20 debt flagging
WP 20 - Debt Flagging Market

  • Issue with Debt Flagging WP where Service Orders raised as part of COS Workflow

  • 9 Service Orders completed same day/day after receipt of 010MM

  • 5 Service Orders completed before Debt Flag received

  • 4 Service Orders completed same day as Debt Flag received

  • Solution - Need to delay SO and expedite Debt Flag

Fast track debt flag proposal
‘Fast Track’ Debt Flag Proposal Market

  • On receipt of 110MM old Supplier checks where site has been de-energised for non payment or with Token Meter (debt)

  • If Site identified old Supplier contacts MRSO by phone to advise urgent Debt Flag required for de-energised/TM removal site

  • Old Supplier also submits MPRN immediately via SFTS

  • MRSO contacts MeterOp to Cancel SO

  • MRSO forwards Debt Flag to Gaining Supplier via SFTS

  • Gaining Supplier either

    • submits cancellation message immediately

    • or emails MRSO to advise not submitting cancellation

  • If Gaining Supplier not submitting cancellation MRSO to contact MeterOps to re-release SO

  • SFTS files to use DEBTFLAG_yyyymmdd_FT

Fast track debt flag proposal1
‘Fast Track’ Debt Flag Proposal Market


  • On old Supplier to debt flag de-energised/TM sites asap

  • On MRSO to contact MeterOps asap to Cancel SO for re-energisation/TM removal

  • On gaining Supplier to send cancellation MM or if not cancelling to advise MRSO by email so that SO can be released and progressed


  • This is an Urgent fast-tracked Debt Flag process for sites where Service Order raised ONLY. If adhered to should reduce the chances of Service Orders being completed prior to cancellation but it is not guaranteed to prevent all occurrences as it is dependent on manual updates with no system changes

  • As per IGG Action 763, WP 20 v3.0 is presented for approval at this meeting today.

Mcr 1105 v1 change to mpd36 change of grouped mprn no cos
MCR 1105 V1 - Change to MPD36 - Change of Grouped MPRN_No CoS

  • Market Change Request

    • Approved as DR at IGG meeting of 12.12.2011. Now presented as MCR with no changes.

  • At today’s Meeting

    • For approval

Draft de energisation policy for essential plant
Draft De-Energisation Policy for Essential Plant CoS

  • Traditional practice of ESBN has been not to de-energise essential plant where Health & Safety issues may arise, e.g. water/sewage pumps, lighting, lifts.

  • ESBN is willing to de-energise essential plant if Suppliers make residents/Local Authorities aware in advance that the de-energisation of essential plant is imminent.

  • Supplier also to make account holder/residents aware that any Health & Safety issues which may arise from the de-energisation are their responsibility.

  • Draft Policy working well for one Supplier since early 2011.

  • Approval sought to implement an agreed procedure based on this draft policy.

Igg meeting
IGG Meeting CoS


Next steps
Next Steps CoS

  • Diary dates for next two IGG meetings:

    • Wednesday 22nd February 2012 - Belfast

    • Wednesday 4th April 2012 - Dublin

      Dates included on Calendar of Events on RMDS website www.rmdservice.com

Next steps1
Next Steps CoS

  • Diary Dates for next two Conference Calls:

    • Thursday 2nd February 2012

    • Thursday 15th March 2012

      Dates included on Calendar of Events on RMDS website www.rmdservice.com

  • Call details are as follows:

    • Number: 01-664 7602 PIN : 77640

    • Contingency number remains: 01-664 7777 PIN: 80490