For these networks, a physical new connection of supply and metering will be established as a ‘parent’ meter in the market to allow ‘distribution’ and ‘on-selling’ to future ‘child’ customers.
Greenfield embedded network connection requires:
The diagram explains the process flow of establishing a Greenfield Embedded Network site.
In cases where we haven’t received a Part A/Part B the site will be connected as a standard NMI, however an Embedded Network Code (ENW Code) will not be assigned or published in MSATS until a fully completed Part A form is received.
Electricity is supplied to End Users in an embedded network by an EENSP.
Under section 13 of the National Electricity Law anyone who owns, controls or operates a distribution system must either be:
Anyone seeking exemption from the requirement to register as an NSP must apply to the AER. If the exemption is granted, that person becomes an EENSP.
To assist potential applicants for exemption, the AER has published an Electricity Network Service Provider Registration Exemption Guideline (Guideline), which is available at: aer.gov.au
You may require an ENM to be appointed. The ENM role was introduced under the AEMC’s (Australian Energy Market Commission) Power of Choice reforms.
For more information on the role of the ENM is available on the AEMO website.
Requests to set-up an Embedded Network can be made via eConnect
Part A and Part B forms are available at Documents and Further Information
Please read the Important information for ENO/ENM
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