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Fast track application form for small-scale electricity storage

Fast track application form for small-scale electricity storage

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Fast track application form for small-scale electricity storage

1.
What is your planned commissioning date?

Please be aware that you are required to provide the commissioning sheets on the day after the planned commissioning date. The contact details of the relevant team will be included in the confirmation email you will receive within 10 working days after submitting the application.
Note: Your planned commissioning date must be at least 10 working days from the date of application, but not more than 3 months in advance as our connection offers are only valid for 3 months.
Your planned commissioning date must be at least 10 working days from the date of application, but not more than 3 months in advance as our connection offers are only valid for 3 months.
2.
Is this application for distributed energy resources (DER) at a single domestic/commercial property or at multiple premises?
Our G59 fast track process is only available for single premises connections.

For multiple premises please follow the relevant process as described below:
  • If the rated capacity of your installation is 11.04kW or less (three phase) at 400V or 3.68kW or less (single phase) at 230V please follow the G83 multiple premises connections process.
  • If the rated capacity of your installation is 50kW or less (three phase) or 17kW or less (single phase) please follow the G59 simple process.
  • If your installation is not eligible for either of the above please follow the G59 standard process.
3.
Are all of your distributed energy resources (DER) connected to the DC side of the same EREC G83 inverter?
Yes    No
Your proposed installation falls under EREC G83/2. Your installer is required to advise us of the intention to use the electricity storage device no later than 28 days (inclusive of the day of commissioning), after the electricity storage device is commissioned. View more information.
4.
Is the combined installed capacity of your distributed energy resources (DER) greater than 16A per phase?
Yes    No
Your proposed installation falls under EREC G83/2. Your installer is required to advise us of the intention to use the electricity storage device no later than 28 days (inclusive of the day of commissioning), after the electricity storage device is commissioned. View more information.
5.
Taking electricity storage and generation separately, is the individual capacity of each unit 16A per phase or less?
Yes    No
If the rated capacity of your installation is 50kW or less (three phase) or 17kW or less (single phase) and you are using EREC G59/3 type tested inverters please follow the G59 simple process. If your installation is not eligible for the G59 simple process please follow the G59 standard process. To determine whether your inverters are EREC G59/3 type tested please visit the ENA Type Test Verification Report Register.
6.
Will your export be limited to a maximum of 16A per phase via a scheme compliant with the requirements of EREC G100? View more information regarding EREC G100.
Yes    No
If the export capacity of your installation will not be limited to maximum of 16A per phase you need to follow either the G59 simple process or the G59 standard process depending on the rated capacity of your installation.
7.
Will all of your distributed energy resources (DER) be connected via EREC G83/2 type tested inverters? To determine whether your inverters are EREC G83/2 type tested please visit the ENA Type Test Verification Report Register.
Yes    No
If your distributed energy resources (DER) will not be connected via EREC G83/2 type tested inverters please follow the relevant process as described below:
  • If your distributed energy resources (DER) will be connected via EREC G59/3 type tested inverters and the rated capacity of your installation is 50kW or less (three phase) or 17kW or less (single phase) please follow the G59 simple process. To determine whether your inverters are EREC G59/3 type tested please visit the ENA Type Test Verification Report Register.
  • For all non-type tested inverters please follow the G59 standard process
8.
Does the installation comply with the emission limits of Stages 1 or 2 of IEC Technical Report 61000-3-4 as stated in EREC G5/4-1? View more information on emission limits and EREC G5/4-1.
Yes    No
If your installation does not comply with the emission limits of Stages 1 or 2 of IEC Technical Report 61000-3-4 you will need to ensure compliance prior to being offered a connection to the distribution network.
9.
Please provide your MPAN. Need help finding out the MPAN? Enter details here
A Meter Point Administration Number, also known as MPAN, is a 13-digit reference used in Great Britain to uniquely identify electricity supply points such as individual domestic residences. Please enter the correct 13-digit MPAN.