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ESB Networks Annual Performance Report 2018

The report covers the performance of ESB Networks’ Distribution Business for the year ending December 2018.

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How Stakeholder Feedback is Shaping our Engagement

This report describes how stakeholder feedback is shaping our approach to our engagement strategy, plans and activities in 2020. It describes how ESB Networks is interpreting stakeholders’ needs and our proposed approach to ensure continuous improvement of our stakeholder engagement going forward. 

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ECP-2 Decision CRU/20/060 – Capacity Release DSO Applications

As outlined in Section 2.9 of  the ECP-2 Decision paper, all projects contracted pre ECP-1 (but not those that folded into ECP-1) were given a final opportunity by ESB Networks and Eirgrid to terminate their connection agreement and release their full contracted MEC on the same terms and conditions for capacity release outlined in CER/16/284 (including 80% refund of first stage payment).

Please click the link below to view the full list of DSO Projects who availed of Final Capacity Release:

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DCRP Minutes 7th July 2020

Minutes of Distribution Code Review Panel Meeting of 7th July 2020.

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DSO Capacity Release Form

On the 10th June 2020, the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) published a  Decision Paper - Enduring Connection Policy Stage 2 (ECP-2) CRU/20/060 (the “CRU Decision Paper”), following a CRU Consultation - Enduring Connection Policy Stage 2 (ECP-2) - Proposed Decision CRU/19/143. 

As directed by the CRU, this standard application form has been published to facilitate the implementation of Section 2.9 of the CRU Decision Paper. This application form should not be used for any other purpose. 

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DCRP Minutes 25th October 2019

Minutes of Distribution Code Review Panel Meeting of 25th October 2019

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Letter to Silage Contractors - May 2019

This letter identifies the risk associated with coming close to live electricity wires. Very serious electrical accidents have taken place involving silage machinery.

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