Safety Monitors define levels of storage that must be maintained through the winter period. The focus of the Safety Monitors is public safety rather than security of supply. They provide a trigger mechanism for taking direct action to avoid a potential gas supply emergency (as defined in the Gas Safety (Management) Regulations).
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Safety Monitor Requirements October 2015 -1 -Introduction This document sets out ‘Safety Monitors’ for the 2015/16 winter, pursuant to National Grid’s obligations under the Uniform Network Code (UNC), Section Q. Safety Monitors were introduced in 2004 to replace the so-called ‘Top-up’ monitors, which had existed (throu
Preliminary Safety Monitor Requirement 2015/16 23rd June 2015 1 Executive Summary The provisional Safety Monitor for 2015/16 shows little change from last year. The 2015/16 space requirement of 864 GWh compares with 754 GWh in 2014/15. This equates to 2% of total storage space. Introduction This document sets out the p