The following key elements are required in order for Utilidex | Energy to work:
For half hourly metering there are various channels on the meter. In some cases all of this data will be required in order to calculate your Network Charges. Please check your tariff information and with your metering provider whether it is possible to get this information.
These are standard metering file formats & available from the metering agent. Please can you provide a sample of your metering file.
In order to calculate the relevant charges (Network DUOS charges etc.) we need to understand certain key site details. For the current calculations performed within the system, we need:
|Item||Why we need it:|
|MPAN||This is a unique identifier for each site in the system. Please note we need the full MPAN, which is the 21 digit version of the MPAN.|
|Connection Start Date||We need to know when the site came on-board. This is specifically of interest for current year reporting, when a new site might be active for only part of the year.|
|Connection End Date||Again, as above is a site is closed during the year we need to know this to take it out of the calculations.|
|Maximum Import Capacity||This helps us to calculate network charges.|
|Maximum Export Capacity (if applicable)||This helps us to calculate network charges.|
|Meter Type (HV/LV)||This helps us to calculate network charges.|
|Tariff Information**||i.e. what are the energy rates, and also how are the pass through charges calculated and displayed on the bill. We will need to see each sites set-up for charges.|
Each supplier may have a different way in which they submit their bills. Also customers, may have elected for various versions of an electronic file for invoices. Utilidex will need a sample of your electronic file for invoices, often referred to as an EDI file.
Where customers have elected for a flexible purchasing contract, we will need the following key information from you:
We can work through this item with you.