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 YOU ARE HERENewsBSC Bulletin 284: Loss of connectivity between National Grid and BSC Central Systems 
APR 2018
25
BSC Bulletin 284: Loss of connectivity between National Grid and BSC Central Systems
Originally published by Andy Howden on 26/04/2018 00:01:24
Last modified by Andy Howden on 26/04/2018 00:18:33
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What has happened?

We are currently experiencing a loss of connectivity between National Grid and BSC Central Systems.

We are investigating this issue at the current time and will provide a further update as soon as we are able.

How will I be affected?

From approximately 11.20 (BST) on Wednesday 25 April 2018 we have not received any data from National Grid. This includes all Balancing Mechanism data, as well REMIT and European Transparency Regulation Data.

Until this issue is resolved, data will not be published via the BMRS Website, APIs, Data Push Service or TIBCO. 

What do I need to do?

You do not need to take any specific action but just note the impact of this issue.

Do I need to take any further action?

If you have any questions then please contact bscservicedesk@cgi.com

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