The Data Transfer Services Agreement (DTSA) is the multi-party contract for the use of the data transfer service (DTS). Before an applicant can begin the EA process, they must first join the MRA. The MRA Helpdesk handles membership applications and can be contacted here. Your pre-audit is done by the registrar from the date we receive Schedule 2 and Schedule 4, which takes about two months, depending on the quality of your filing. After the completion of the pre-application audit, it is proposed to order a bending clamp to prepare the site audit. An invoice is issued for membership and registration fees. The fees are set by the MOCOPA Review Panel and depend on the size of your operational staff (how many full-current employees (WC) and Current Transformer (CT) you have. For the period April 2020 – March 2021, these fees range from $3,000 to $4,000. Please refer to the MOCOPA and RA manuals for detailed membership and royalty clauses. For help with your membership, please contact us directly.
The Data Transfer Services Agreement (DTSA) is the multi-party contract for the use of the data transfer service (DTS). The DTSA is closely subject to modifiator control and is managed by ElectraLink on behalf of the UK electricity industry through the DTS User Group. See the link below for the latest version of DTSA. As part of our process of setting up new users, new users and new entrants join the DTSA by signing both the SDR membership agreement and a local usage agreement for their connection to the EMDH. A membership fee of $869 (for the April-March period) will be charged upon receipt by the registration authority of the submission form for the review of the MOCOPA allocation. Starting April 1, after membership, annual fees and exam fees depend on the size of your organization. For the period April 2020 – March 2021, these fees range from $1,500 to $4,500 per year. Please also read DG10 v4.7 – Memberships for more information on the accession process and to understand the requirements of the treaty manager role on behalf of a new MRA party. Any non-compliance imposed during your seat and implementation audits requires corrective action.
A full MOCOPA certificate, valid until March 31 of the following year, is issued after approval of possible corrective action. The registrar will notify all parties of your new accreditation. Annual insurance costs vary depending on the size of your organization and the number of non-compliances from the previous year. For help with your membership, please contact us directly. If you wish to continue your candidacy, please give us a finished version of To become a MOCOPA party, you must first be able to prove that you are: .