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Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Meters ( 8 Mar 2018)

Claire Perry: ...in ‘traditional’ mode. There were more than 8.6 million smart and advanced meters operating in Great Britain, in ‘smart mode’, as of 30 September 2017. The Data and Communications Company (DCC) will move SMETS1 meters into its national system, starting later this year, so that all consumers can keep their smart services when they switch energy supplier, regardless of which...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Meters (23 Feb 2018)

Claire Perry: ...traditional’ mode. There were more than 8.6 million smart and advanced meters operating in Great Britain, in ‘smart mode’, as of 30 September 2017. The Data and Communications Company (DCC) is examining a range of options for moving SMETS1 meters into its national system, starting later this year, so that all consumers can keep their smart services when they switch energy supplier.

Scottish Parliament: British Transport Police in Scotland and Police Scotland (Merger) (21 Feb 2018)

Michael Matheson: ...issues which mean effective operational integration cannot be achieved by that date without compromising public safety. Independent consultants have endorsed our position on this.” The issue that DCC Livingstone highlighted was that the assessment that Police Scotland has made of its state of preparedness is such that it will not be able to deliver integration by April 2019. That is why,...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Smart Data Communications Company: Fees and Charges (20 Feb 2018)

Claire Perry: The roll-out of smart meters and the supporting national communications and data network, provided by the Data Communications Company (DCC), is a major national infrastructure modernisation that will bring savings to consumers, estimated at £5.7 billion over the lifetime of the Programme. It will also assist with the move towards smart grids, creating a more efficient energy system that will...

Smart Meters Bill (Programme) (No. 2): Ownership restrictions to successor licensees ( 5 Feb 2018)

Rebecca Long-Bailey: ...Thursday, have fallen to a 20-year low. All the communications and infrastructure for the operation of smart meters have been outsourced to Capita, and, in turn, Capita has engaged partners in the DCC to operate aspects of its overall function. As a result of the Bill, a special administration regime will hopefully mitigate the impact on smart metering should Capita’s fortunes worsen,...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Meters ( 5 Feb 2018)

Claire Perry: ...gas meters operating across homes and businesses in Great Britain by large energy suppliers. Industry information shows there are now around 450 gas and electricity SMETS2 meters connected to the DCC system. Most of these are being operated in test conditions and around 80 have been installed in the live environment. Energy suppliers are continuing to test their systems ahead of a...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Meters ( 1 Feb 2018)

Steve McCabe: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, how many SMETS2 meters have been successfully connected to the DCC system.

Scottish Parliament: Justice (24 Jan 2018)

Margaret Mitchell: ...support the welfare of all involved parties.” The cabinet secretary also stated that Police Scotland’s senior command team knew nothing about the chief constable’s return. However, yesterday, DCC Livingstone was unable to state categorically that no one in Police Scotland knew about the chief constable’s return. Since 10 January, both the justice secretary and the First Minister,...

Scottish Parliament: Railway Policing (24 Jan 2018)

Liam Kerr: ...of each organisation’s contact, command and control systems and processes, as well as the interface between Police Scotland and Network Rail’s control systems.” That is true. Yesterday, DCC Livingstone told the Justice Committee that information and communication technology provision, terms and conditions, pensions and pre-existing third party contracts will not be resolved by 1...

Scottish Parliament: Police Custody (Right to Legal Advice) (23 Jan 2018)

Annabelle Ewing: ...all matters are currently, and will continue to be, under close monitoring to ensure that we have all necessary arrangements in place. In response to the question that the member raised about what DCC designate Iain Livingstone said in evidence at this morning’s Justice Committee meeting, we are confident in general that access to legal advice will be available in whatever location...

Scottish Parliament: Police Scotland and the Scottish Police Authority ( 6 Dec 2017)

Michael Matheson: ...core to “Policing 2026: Our 10 year strategy for policing in Scotland”, which we published in June this year. That strategy sets a clear direction for policing and I am committed to supporting DCC Iain Livingstone and his team with its implementation. Progress has been made to improve governance and transparency at the SPA, following a review by Her Majesty’s inspectorate of...

Public Bill Committee: Smart Meters Bill: Review: Use of powers to support rollout of smart meters (28 Nov 2017)

Richard Harrington: .... That is a question—a point I have made—not only of the bulk of customers being concentrated but of the necessary IT systems and completion of the requisite security assessment to become a DCC user, which they can do six months later than large suppliers, for good reason. We have also taken steps to manage the financial burden on small energy suppliers. The policy is to get as many...

Public Bill Committee: Smart Meters Bill: Review: Use of powers to support technical development (28 Nov 2017)

Alan Whitehead: ...be properly controlled by licensing within the terms of the roll-out. Similarly, the Department considers that a little over “99% of premises in Great Britain are capable of connecting to the DCC through the wide area network”. That is the WAN. I do not know if there is an alternative WAN forum as well as an Alternative HAN Forum, but under those circumstances it would clearly be...

Public Bill Committee: Smart Meters Bill: Ownership restrictions to successor licensees (28 Nov 2017)

Alan Whitehead: ...of administration, a successor company would take over prior to 2025 when administration is determined. There could then be a retendering, as it were, of the process by which a company runs the DCC in 2025. At both of those points, there would potentially be a question about the identity of that company. We know the identity of the company at present: Capita is running the DCC, and the DCC...

Public Bill Committee: Smart Meters Bill: Review of smart meter rollout targets (28 Nov 2017)

Richard Harrington: ...published their cost-benefit analysis a number of times, including in 2014 and 2016. Those publications included quite detailed breakdowns of the costs and benefits of the programme, including the DCC cost, which has been discussed before, and the installation of smart meters. While there have been changes in the estimated costs and benefits over the years as our evidence base has...

Public Bill Committee: Smart Meters Bill: Modifications of particular or standard conditions (28 Nov 2017)

Steve McCabe: Again, the Minister has been quite helpful. We need to remember that we are talking about a circumstance where there has been a catastrophic economic failure of the DCC. That is why the Minister would be in that position. It would inevitably be—in part, at least—because of doubts about the system, resulting in escalating costs. It would be against a background of an ongoing dispute about...

Public Bill Committee: Smart Meters Bill: Short title, commencement and extent (28 Nov 2017)

Richard Harrington: ...their appliances are switched on or off, when they are used, and whether they are necessary. Under previous clauses we have talked a lot about the costs of smart meters and the administration—the DCC—which is basically the big software interface, but let us not forget that the idea is to reduce system costs by what I hope will be tens of billions of pounds by 2050. The Government’s...

Public Bill Committee: Smart Meters Bill: Application of certain provisions of the Energy Act 2004 (28 Nov 2017)

Alan Whitehead: ...effectively to what we are considering here, but I am happy for it to be discussed separately, even though it has a substantial bearing on whether a non-GB company might be a successor to the DCC. As far as this stand part debate is concerned, I have no further comments other than that I will save my fire for later when we discuss the new clause.

Public Bill Committee: Smart Meters Bill: Objectives of a smart meter communication licensee administration (28 Nov 2017)

Richard Harrington: ...should guide the administrator in respect of this. That is why we are asking for these powers, so that the Secretary of State can make regulations specifying which activities carried out by DCC must be prioritised by the administrator and how this should be done. The question boils down to the nature of these provisions, which I argue are technical and therefore suitable for this kind of...

Public Bill Committee: Smart Meters Bill: Smart meter communication licensee administration orders (28 Nov 2017)

Alan Whitehead: ...Bill, the Minister might share some thoughts with the Committee on why this has not happened before and why we have had these circumstances for several years. I appreciate that it was before the DCC went live, which was only relatively recently, but the DCC was set up and a lot of money was put into it. All the various arrangements went through, and it was by no means impossible for that...


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