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2021 Batch (ECP-2.2) Results - DSO Publication - April 2022

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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.

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conditions governing connection operation small scale generation

This document was produced to facilitate the connection of synchronous and inverter connected generation in the premises of demand customers with an installed generation capacity above Mini-generation.
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Mini-Generation Installation Confirmation Certificate (NC7-01-R1)

ESB Networks DAC requires the information requested on the Mini-Generation Installation Confirmation Certificate to manage your electricity supply connection. As the Distribution System Operator, this information is also required to enable ESB Networks DAC to manage the electricity network. NC7-01-R1| ESB Networks 
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Power Generating Module Document (PGMD) for Controllable Power Park Modules (PPMs) - All Topologies except 2

Step by step connection guide of pre and post energisation requirements for DSO wind and solar PV generators 1MW and above which are any Topology except 2 (no DSO reactive power requirements). EU Network Code 2016/631 on Requirements for Generators refers.

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Power Generating Module Document (PGMD) for Controllable Power Park Modules (PPMs) - Topology 2

Step by step connection guide of pre and post energisation requirements for DSO wind and solar PV generators 1MW and above which are Topology 2 (includes DSO reactive power requirements). EU Network Code 2016/631 on Requirements for Generator refers.

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Schedule of Approved O&M Charges 2021

This document outlines the Operation and Maintenance Charges that apply to Generators, Combined Heat and Power (CHP) and Auto-producer customers.

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ESB Networks Standard Prices for Generator Connections 2022

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Manufacturer’s ELS Product Declaration NC7-03-R1

ESB Networks DAC requires the information requested on this form to manage your electricity supply connection. As the Distribution System Operator, this information is also required to enable ESB Networks DAC to manage the electricity network.
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Test Form for Export Limiting Scheme (ELS) (NC7-02-R2)

ESB Networks DAC requires the information requested on the Test Form For Export Limiting Scheme to manage your electricity supply connection. As the Distribution System Operator, this information is also required to enable ESB Networks DAC to manage the electricity network.
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Conditions Governing the Connection and Operation of Export Limiting Schemes (ELS) at LV and MV

This document is to facilitate the installation of generation at demand sites within the scope of Mini-Generation and Small Scale Generation, as defined in the "Conditions Governing the Connection and Operation of Mini-Generation" and the "Conditions Governing the Connection and Operation of Small Scale Generation".

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Public Consultation on the ESB Networks Distribution Annual Performance Report 2021

Dear Customer,

ESB Networks, in its capacity as Distribution System Operator, today is publishing for consultation the draft, ESB Networks Distribution Annual Performance Report 2021, which will cover ESB Networks Distribution Network activities for 2021. The report is intended to provide customers, industry participants and other interested parties with a clear, accessible, comprehensive, but non-technical report on Distribution performance in the calendar year.

Consultation Question

Do you have any comments on the ESB Networks Distribution Annual Performance Report 2021?

Next Steps

The consultation period will run for four weeks and will close on the 23rd November 2022. When the consultation closes, ESB Networks will review and consider all the comments and publish a final version pending CRU approval.

Interested stakeholder’s views are invited and can be sent to consultations@esbnetworks.ie.

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