ELPA 1/4T1 - Electric Light & Power - Adjusted Licensing Regime - GUIDANCE NOTE
This guidance note is for individuals, businesses, churches, joint ventures, charities, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and any other interested parties who want to make an electricity licence application.
It is to assist anyone who seeks to apply for an electricity licence to interconnect a renewable energy system to the public grid or provide electricity supply services.
This note explains the licensing process, the timelines, the information requirements and the relevant criteria that is considered in reviewing an application.
The full details of terms and conditions under which a licence is granted is specific to each licence and can be found within the licence.
This guidance note should be read in conjunction with the Electric Light and Power Act (ELPA), 2013-21 and its amendments.
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