Embedded Networks

What is an Embedded Network?

An embedded network is formed when the connection point between the End Users and the distribution network becomes a parent connection point and multiple End User connection points become child connection points, each with their own meters. Typically apartment blocks, retirement villages, caravan parks and shopping centres.

The electrical installation is configured in such a way as to enable the owner of the site to on-sell energy to all the occupants. This is known as an embedded network (EN)

 

Parent meter connection processes

The connection process is different depending on the type of embedded network. Please select form the list below. 

 

Greenfield – A brand new site with no existing supply or connection.

Brownfield – An existing multi-occupancy site being converted to an Embedded Network.

Existing Single Occupancy – An existing single occupancy meter being updated as a Parent meter/NMI.

 

Important information for ENO/ENM