Section S – Supplier Volume Allocation
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2 All consumption is allocated to a Consumption Component Class. Different Consumption Component Classes may then be accorded different treatment in GSP Group Correction. The classification is defined in Section X of the BSC and uses a number of bases such as whether the quantity is import or export, measured or estimated and whether the premises are above or below 100kW. Also Consumption Component Classes are defined for the line losses associated with consumption that are separate from the Consumption Component Classes to which the basic consumption is allocated.
3 For NHH Metering Systems, the Profile Class determines which set of the coefficients provided by the Profile Administrator is used in profiling meter advance data into half hourly consumptions (based, for example, on whether the Metering System is at domestic or non-domestic premises).
4 In general, a Metering System that has a radio teleswitch or timeswitch will have more than one register for which a reading should be taken. The Standard Settlement Configuration defines which Time Pattern Regime is associated with each of the registers for all Metering Systems allocated to that Standard Settlement Configuration. The Time Pattern Regime defines the times at which a register with which it is associated will either start or stop recording consumption, or that the register is teleswitched.