Here you will find a variety of electricity related policies, procedure and guidance notes on key topics, that aim to provide clear and consistent messages to our customers in relation to our connection activities. We have group these into catergories to help you navigate to the most pertinent areas.
This provides a consistent methodology for Generation Customers to provide financial security for the transmission reinforcement works thier connection triggers and has been codified in Section 15 of the Connection and use of System Code (CUSC) as a result of CUSC Modification Proposal 192, 219, 222 & 223. These arrangements replace the Final Sums methodology and the Interim Generic User Commitment Methodology for Generation and Interconnector Customers. The Final Sums methodology continues to apply for the Demand Customers.
This is where an offer for connection to a Customer due to be made would affect the terms of an offer for connection to a Customer that has already been made, which is reliant upon the completion of the same transmission reinforcement works. We have published guidance for managing interactive offers which will explain the process we would follow to allocate capacity in these circumstances.
Loss of Transmission Access Compensation
On 24 January 2013, CUSC Modification Proposal 212 introduced a new process where Customers connected to the system who have lost access to the National Electricity Transmission System can make a claim for compensation within 30 calender days of such an incident taking place.
For further guidance on the process and to view a form to submit a claim for compensation, please use the links below: