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Stakeholder Engagement Report 2022
This report is an annual requirement to enable the Commission for the Regulation of Utilities (CRU) to assess and score ESB Networks’ on the quality, implementation and effectiveness of its stakeholder engagement in the previous year.
As part of ESB Networks’ ongoing collaboration and communication with our stakeholders, we wish to hear your views on this report and on how ESB Networks’ engaged with you throughout 2022.
Interested stakeholder’s views are invited and all comments and feedback may be sent directly to email@example.com . Please mark as confidential, if you do not wish for elements of your response to be shared in the subsequent consultation response report.
The consultation period will run from Thursday 23rd March 2023 until 17.00hrs on Tuesday 25th April 2023.
In the meantime we look forward to hearing from you and wish to thank you for your ongoing support and feedback.
2022 Initial Batch ECP-2.3 Results - Joint SO Publication
This report contains the initial list of applicants that will be processed under Category A as part of the 2022 ECP-2.3 batch. As per the decision paper, the first 25 projects in category A were selected on the basis of renewable output, with the projects having the largest volume of renewable GWhrs/yr generated being granted the highest priority. The subsequent 59 projects were selected in order of planning permission grant date. There is a cap of 10 primarily storage and other system service technology projects in each ECP-2 batch - apart from these projects, all eligible applications to ECP-2.3 were accepted into the Category A batch.
ESB Executive Committee Terms of Reference
Terms of reference for the executive leadership body in ESB. This includes appropriate governance and ringfencing arrangements relating to the Managing Director, ESB Networks DAC.
Consultation on Estimated Restoration Time (ERT) Accuracy Improvements 2022
In line with the CRU’s PR5 Regulatory Framework Incentives and Reporting (CRU/20/154) determination, ESB Networks in its capacity as Distribution System Operator (DSO), today is publishing for consultation a public consultation on Estimated Restoration Time (ERT) Accuracy.
This public consultation is intended to seek customers, industry participants and other interested parties views on the approach to the Estimated Restoration Time (ERT) Accuracy as set out under CRU/20/154.
(1) Do you have any feedback or input on the existing ESB Networks Estimated Restoration Time (ERT) process?
(2) Do you have any feedback or input on the proposed approach ESB Networks have outlined for improving the accuracy of ERTs?
(3) Were you previously aware of where to find the ERT of a fault that you have?
(4) Would you perceive an ERT that is rounded to the nearest 5 minute period (e.g. 10:00, 10:05, 10:10, 10:15 etc.) differently from an ERT that ends in another digit (e.g. 10:01, 10:02, 10:03, 10:04, 10:06 etc.)?
The consultation period will begin on 9th December30th September 2022, and closing on 20th January 2023 at 17:00pm.
Interested stakeholder’s views are invited and can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 17:00pm on 20th January 2023.
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