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Description of service

This service allows the DSO (ranks 1 and 2) or their authorized third-party representatives to:

Directly modify details linked to balance-responsible parties (BRP) activity on its network (add a BRP, input an end-of-activity date for a BRP, enter a power loss BRP)
View details for its network’s active BRPs
View and export record logs for BRP activity on its network
Access the list of active BRPs.

Adding a new BRP

Any new BRP must be added to a network before the date of effect (the date on which the BRP became active on the network). Exceptionally, an active BRP can be entered retroactively, up to three months after the date of effect.

The DSO can select a BRP from the list of active BRPs on the chosen date of effect.

Changing or cancelling a BRP

Any new BRP must be cancelled on a network before the date of effect (the date on which the BRP became inactive on the network). Exceptionally, an inactive BRP can be registered retroactively, up to three months after the date of effect.

Similarly, the DSO can change the date on which the BRP became active on the network up to three months following the initial registration.

Record log

The “Record Log” feature allows users to view and download BRP activity on the DSO’s selected network over the previous five years.

Power loss BRP management

The DSO can register the BRP linked to its power losses from among its active or forthcoming network BRPs, as well as the validity start date, before the date of effect. Exceptionally, a power loss BRP can be recorded retroactively, up to three months after the date of effect.

The date for the end of the participation agreement for the power loss BRP must be undefined.


Registering a new power loss BRP automatically cancels activity for the actual power loss BRP, as well as any potential power loss BRPs declared in the future. Please note that if these BRPs remain active on the DSO’s network, the DSO is required to re-register them as active BRPs on its network (via the “Add a new BRP” feature”).