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Frequently Asked Question

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Last modified by Nick Brooks - 12/12/2011 16:02:28
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What are Standard Settlement Configurations?
A Standard Settlement Configuration (SSC) is a standard Metering System configuration, recognised by the Supplier Volume Allocation Agent (SVAA) System. Each SSC is related to a fixed set of Time Pattern Regime Ids that relate to Settlement Registers on the Metering System.

Example SSCs include:

  • Unrestricted
  • 7-hour E7
  • Evening/Weekend

An SSC is linked to one or more Profile Classes. For further information on Time Pattern Regimes or Profile Classes please see the relevant FAQs