The purpose of the Metering Committee is to oversee and inform the areas of work on improving the metering arrangements set out in the market codes.
What does the committee do?
The objectives of the Metering Committee are to:
- Support MOSL and the Panel in prioritising improvement work under the Strategic Metering Review
- Carry out required investigation and evidence gathering from trading parties and others
- Engage with third parties on areas of innovation as necessary
- Make recommendations on identified code change proposals to the Panel.
For more information on the Metering Committee, please refer to its Terms of Reference.
The Metering Committee consists of 11 voting members, detailed below, along with a non-voting chair and a non-voting representative from the Market Operator. The current members are:
- Spencer Mattia – Chair (MOSL)
- Christina Blackwell – Customer Representative (CCW)
- Sindiso Bango-Dube - Retailer Member (Waterscan)
- Richard Barton - Retailer Member (Pennon Water Services)
- Mark Doherty – Retailer Member (Business Stream)
- Paul Heron – Retailer Member (Castle Water)
- Claire Stanness – Retailer Member (Wave Utilities)
- Angela Brown - Wholesaler Member (Northumbrian Water)
- Kevin McCalliskey - Wholesaler Member (South West Water)
- Rosie Rand - Wholesaler Member (Thames Water)
- Michelle Thompson – Wholesaler Member (Anglian Water)
- Mitchell Yeoman-Boldry - Wholesaler Member (Yorkshire Water)
- Steve Formoy - MOSL Representative
Transfer Reads Consultation
The Metering Committee’s survey on transfer reads, which closed at 6pm on Wednesday 30 November, sought to understand the Transfer process and the use of estimated Transfer reads by obtaining information from retailers on why estimated Transfer reads are increasingly being submitted early instead of using the seven business days from the registration start date (i.e. switch) to capture the actual Transfer read and a further eight business days to submit that Transfer read To improve the transfer process for customers and the market, it is important to use actual meter reads rather than estimated read.
Survey responses were submitted via an online form on the MOSL website. Responses were collated by Panel Secretariat and the feedback shared with the Metering Committee.
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The Metering Committee meetings occur on an ad hoc basis until the completion of the strategic metering review.
They are likely to meet on a monthly basis. The dates are available in the table below.