The National Grid MODIS system (Market Operation Data Interface System) was originally developed to report market data, focusing on provision of data for the European Transparency and REMIT Regulations.
MODIS was developed separately from our control room systems to ensure balancing of the system was not compromised.
MODIS was subsequently extended to calculate and manage new data flows resulting from BSC Modification P305 for De-Rated margins (DRM) and Loss of Load Probabilities (LOLP) as part of the EBSCR project (Electricity Balancing Significant Code Review). As a result the MODIS system evolved into a more complicated system used by multiple users for a variety of purposes.
The Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) has specified new common schema formats for inside information (REMIT) web feeds.
Modification P329 describes how this will be implemented for GB market participants. ELEXON have informed OFGEM and ACER that P329 will go-live on 29th June 2017.
There is an ETR NG – Market Participant Interface Specification which describes the existing format for ETR and REMIT submissions from Market Participants to National Grid (V4.0 further down this page) that has applied since ETR go-live on 5thJanuary 2015.
There is a new version of the interface specification (v5.7) which describes the new ACER REMIT format which will apply from 29th June 2017 onwards. This document is provided below for participants to use for developing and testing the new format submissions ahead of the go-live date.
View ETR-ACER REMIT NG-Market Interface Specification v5.7 (for new ACER REMIT format submissions)
Please see also ELEXON's June 2017 Release webpage
Please see the following user guide for MODIS which includes new screens for ACER REMIT: MODIS User Guide Screens v0.16 (MP)
This report provides a summary of the lessons learned from National Grid’s internal Electricity Balancing Significant Code Review (EBSCR) Project. It includes background information on the MODIS system, timelines, what went wrong and lessons learned and remedial actions.
View EBSCR lessons learned report
For any queries on this document, please contact the ETR project team.
View ETR NG-Market Interface Specification v4.0
Download the WSDLs [.zip]