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Terms of Reference - ESB Networks Innovation Stakeholder Panel

In November 2020, ESB Networks established our new Innovation Stakeholder Panel. This panel will provide a platform for enabling open discussion and feedback on our Innovation Strategy, projects and activities.
Following a call for expressions of interest in October 2020, we selected 19 panel members based on a number of criteria, across 10 stakeholder sectors. These panel members will represent our stakeholder sectors with a reach nationally and internationally. This document details the Terms of Reference for the Stakeholder Innovation Panel, it outlines the purpose and objective of the panel, the structure and timelines for meetings,  and the panel membership and sectors represented. 

 

Terms of Reference - ESB Networks Innovation Stakeholder Panel | Download PDF | 172KB

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The Dingle Electrification Project - Sharing Learnings From The Peer To Peer Energy Trading Objective

This document outlines the activities undertaken by ESB Networks in furtherance of the P2P objective of the Dingle Project, the learnings garnered from these activities and proposed future steps to be undertaken to increase learnings on the potential impact of P2P energy on the operation of the distribution network.

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ESB Networks - 4Q2020 Innovation Project KPI's

The purpose of this document is to report, in summary, on the status of our Innovation Project activities as at the end of 2020. This information is being shared in line with our commitments to both the Commission for the Regulation of Utilities and our stakeholders to support transparency and the availability of more information in relation to our innovation projects.

 

ESB Networks Innovation Project Portfolio | PDF 1 MB

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Innovation Strategy Close Out Report - Heatmap Project

The aim of the Heatmap project is to provide an interactive map showing the available network capacity in terms of how much demand or generation could be added into a substation without reinforcement.

 

Innovation Strategy Close Out Report - Heatmap Project | Download PDF | 400 KB

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Non-Wires Alternatives to Network Development Guide

This is a guide document outlining the introduction and development of Non-Wires Alternative (NWA) options to conventional network development which will be implemented in a phased manner over time, and as indicatively set out in the roadmap in the document. 

This is a supporting guide document to the Distribution System Security and Planning Standards.

Non-Wires Alternatives to Network Development Guide | Download PDF | 666 KB

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Non-Firm Access Connections for Distribution Connected Distributed Generators Guide

This is a guide document outlining the introduction and development of Non-Firm Access (NFA) for connection of distributed generators to the distribution system which will be implemented in a phased manner over time, and as indicatively set out in the roadmap in the document. 

This is a supporting guide document to the Distribution System Security and Planning Standards.

Non-Firm Access for Distribution Connected Distributed Generators Guide | Download PDF | 478 KB