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 YOU ARE HERENewsPlanned NGESO BSAD Outage - Wednesday 27 May 18:00 and 20:00 (BST).  
MAY 2020
Planned NGESO BSAD Outage - Wednesday 27 May 18:00 and 20:00 (BST).
Originally published by Neil Thomas on 22/05/2020 11:11:48
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What is happening?

National Grid ESO have informed us that there will be a planned maintenance outage on their application which sends Balancing Services Adjustment Data (BSAD) to the Balancing Mechanism Reporting Service (BMRS) between 18:00 and 20:00 (BST) on Wednesday 27 May.

How will I be impacted?

During this downtime, the current NETBSAD and DISBSAD will not be published on the BMRS website, APIs, Data Push Service and TIBCO. The indicative System Prices published on BMRS may not be accurate between Settlement Periods 37- 41. NGESO will send the missing data after the outage.

Do I need to take any further action?

No, however any BSC Parties having questions for National Grid regarding this planned outage should phone 0800 917 7111 or 0800 085 4806. Overseas callers should use +44 870 521 6121 and quote “NETA EDT”. If you have any questions regarding impact on Settlement calculations or processes then please contact the BSC Service Desk

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