Network owners, reconciliation participants, and metering equipment providers all have responsibilities relating to when a point of connection can be connected or electrically connected.

Although the network owner has the primary responsibility for the connection of an NSP or ICP to its network, the reconciliation participant and MEP responsible for the NSP or ICP also have responsibilities relating to when the NSP or ICP can be electrically connected.

The connection and electrical connection guidelines provide an operational view of the processes for connecting and electrically connecting NSPs and ICPs. The Code requirements for these processes are contained in Parts 10 and 11.

Connection and electrical connection guidelines

Last updated: 12 October 2020